Baltinglass District Hospital

Baltinglass District Hospital
Co Wicklow

Ms Carol Gannon
Ms Patricia Kelly

Tel: 059 64 81255

Hiqa Reports

Baltinglass District Hospital is situated on the outskirts of the town of Baltinglass. The town is on the N81 route for Dublin to Tullow Co. Carlow

Baltinglass District Hospital has a history dating back to 1838. The centre has recently reduced its capacity to 60 places and at the time of inspection there were 54 residents.

Although a two-storey building, all resident areas are located on the ground floor, while the training room, file archives, store rooms, sewing room and staff facilities, including a small library, are on the first floor.

A bedroom is available on this floor for relatives who may wish to stay overnight. Day-care facilities are also provided and cater for 20 persons daily from the local community.

The centre is comprised of three separate units, Primrose Place, Céidín and Willow Way.

There is an enclosed, landscaped secure garden as well as larger gardens surrounding the building. The garden areas are well maintained with lots of seating and garden features.
The centre is wheelchair accessible and adequate parking for staff and visitors is provided around the building.

Information courtesy of HIQA reports and other sources.

Residential Care Inspections

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Call the advice line: 021 240 9660
Email: [email protected]
Postal Address:
The Office of the Chief Inspector,
Health Information and Quality Authority,
Social Services Inspectorate, 1301 City Gate,
Mahon, Cork.

Public Bed Register: HSE Dublin Mid Leinster

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