St. Michael’s Hospital is an acute general hospital providing a range of specialised clinical services to the people of South Dublin and Wicklow.
We are an academic teaching hospital - part of the St. Vincent’s Healthcare Group – and share resources and expertise with St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Elm Park, Dublin.
Our Pelvic Floor Centre is Ireland’s first truly multidisciplinary clinic for the assessment and management of pelvic floor dysfunction. Our internationally trained sub-specialist colorectal surgeons and urogynecologists work as a team, supported by specialist physiotherapists and clinical nurse specialists.
We launched a post COVID-19 Pulmonary Rehabilitation Service in May 2020 to support patients who had recovered from the virus, but who continued to experience respiratory symptoms. As well as offering this service to our cohort in St. Michael’s, patients can also be referred from SVUH.
The Department of Nursing is dedicated to the provision of high-quality patient-focused care and a nursing degree programme in association with University College Dublin (UCD) is now being delivered preceded by Diploma (RCSI) and Certificate courses for student nurses.
We offer 130 inpatient beds incorporating 7-day, 5-day and day care facilities and an 8am – 8pm Emergency Department.
Our facilities include pathological and radiological services, we provide care for both medical and surgical patients, as well as outpatient clinics and services including cardiac rehabilitation, diabetes treatment, heart failure treatment, pulmonary rehabilitation.
Please consult the hospital website for visitor guidelines and restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.