Catherine McAuley House

Catherine McAuley House
Beaumont Woods
Dublin 9

Contact: Ellen Monica Divilly

Tel: 00353 (0) 1 8379186
Email: [email protected]

HIQA Reports

Catherine McAuley House forms part of a complex owned by the Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy.
The complex includes a listed building called Guinness House (originally part of the Guinness estate) convent and a centre for older persons and persons with disabilities known as Rockfield (now closed).

Residents’ accommodation is separated from the former Rockfield centre and convent by means of a keypad operated double door at the end of the main corridor.
The centre is a single storey building which has capacity for twenty four residents, and categories of care include care of the older person and respite care.

Admissions are primarily restricted to members of the Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy, although in recent years two lay persons have been admitted who lived alongside the congregation for many years.

Information courtesy of HIQA reports and other sources.

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