St. Clare's Home

St Clare's Home
Griffith Avenue
Dublin 11

Ms Rachel Simmons

Tel: 01 7044200

Hiqa Reports

St. Clare’s Nursing Home is a situated off Griffith Avenue in Glasnevin, a suburb of Dublin city.

The building is owned by Dublin City University (DCU), and was built in the 1800’s.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) leases the building from DCU.
The three-storey building is located at the end of a short drive.

The centre accommodates 40 residents over the age of 65 years for long-term, respite and assessment and review.

Residents live on the ground floor, named Roseview, and on the first floor, named Oakview.

Accommodation includes four single, eight double and five four-bedded rooms, all with a wash-hand basin.

Visitors and residents have access to visitors’/quite room, a visitor overnight room, a toilet and the restaurant on the ground floor.

Residents have independent access to a safe and secure large mature garden and an outdoor partially sheltered secure smoking area.

There is ample car parking available to the front of the centre.

The centre is located up a short driveway leading off Griffith Avenue, Glasnevin.
Several public buses service this area of Dublin city and are accessible from Griffith Avenue.

Information courtesy of HIQA reports and other sources.

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To get further information from HIQA:
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 North East

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