Ballinderry Nursing Home

Ballinderry Nursing Home |

Ballinderry Nursing Home
Co. Galway

Contact: Katherine McGinty

Tel No: 00353 (0) 909 686890
Email: [email protected]
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HIQA Reports

Ballinderry Nursing Home was founded by Padraic & Mary Noone in 1998. It is a purpose built, family run residence on its own secluded grounds offering 24 hour nursing care to its residents.
Situated in the monastic village of Kilconnell, it enjoys a panoramic view of the tranquil parklands of Ballinderry House.

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The nearby towns of Ballinasloe, Loughrea and Athenry are within easy reach, and with the main Dublin-Galway road just 4 miles away it provides easy access to potential residents and their visitors alike.

The Management & Staff offer a highly professional care service for the elderly with a personal touch. They welcome long and short term residents including convalescence and respite care.

Their aim is to provide our Residents with a secure, relaxed and homely environment in which their care, well-being and comfort are of prime importance.

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