Stella Maris Nursing Home

Stella Maris Nursing Home |

Stella Maris Nursing Home
Co. Galway

Contact: Martina Haverty

Tel No: 00353 (0) 93 41944
E-mail: [email protected]

HIQA Reports

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Stella Maris is a family owned and run nursing home which was established in 2002. It is managed by the owner Ann Maloney and our Director of Nursing Breege O Donovan who have many years experience in nursing. Stella Maris is situated in peaceful rural surroundings overlooking beautiful countryside. We are conveniently situated approximately 6km from Tuam town and 15km from Galway city.

Stella Maris Nursing Home is a purpose built nursing home with bright spacious corridors allowing plenty of access for wheelchairs and walking frames. We can cater for 43 residents who require varied levels of care such as:

Care for the Older Persons
Long Term Care
Short Term Care
Palliative Care
Acquired Brain Injury Care
Trachecostomy Care
Dementia Care
24 hour Nursing Care

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To provide a residential setting where residents are cared for, supported and valued within a caring environment that promotes the health and well being of each resident.

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To promote through good organisation and management practices, a high standard of care, and quality of life for our residents in a living environment that is comfortable, clean and safe.

Residential Care Inspections

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Stella Maris Nursing Home | Galway Private Nursing Homes in Ireland

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