St. Patrick's Hospital - A new chapter of hospice/palliative care

22.08.2011

Author: Sheila Carney

Sheila is co-lead director of our London studio with expertise in the design of complex Healthcare and Laboratory projects such as Proton Beam Therapy Facilities, Radio Pharmaceutical, Cyclotron and Nuclear Medicine.

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St. Patrick's Hospital - A new chapter of hospice/palliative care

Designed by Scott Tallon Walker Architects (in collaboration with JDDK Architects) and built on 10 acres at a total cost of €60m it will almost double the number of beds for vitally needed hospice care for Cork city and county, in a bright, modern environment. Hospice bed numbers will rise from 24 to 44, with a further 75 beds for care of the elderly, as well as a range of specialist services including radiotherapy and oncology.

MORE THAN 1,800 people have signed up for a tour of the new palliative care hospital in Cork before its official opening next month.
Irish Times Article: Palliative care hospital opens to public
Curraheen Hospital, Hospice & Elderly Care Facility

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