Ashbury Nursing Home

Ashbury Nursing Home
1A Kill Lane
Co. Dublin

Contact: Alison Woods

Tel: 1800 426 111

HIQA Reports

Welcome to Ashbury Private Nursing Home

Ashbury Nursing Home is 100% Irish owned by the Fagan family who have over 20 years of nursing experience in Care of the Elderly.
Their business has been providing a comprehensive range of care services through both of their Private Nursing Homes in south county Dublin since 1989.
There are no restrictions by franchise boundaries which enables them to provide tailored individual care packages.

Ashbury Nursing Home caters for all levels of dependencies ranging from minimum assistance to high dependency Alzheimer’s care.
Their staff comprises of Registered General Nurses and Fetac trained Health Care Assistants.
They offer physiotherapy, chiropody and occupational therapy to name a few.

Ashbury Nursing Home design individualised care plans in consultation with each client and their family throughout the course of our service.
They understand the reliance and importance their clients place on support services, that is why Ashbury Nursing Home go the extra mile to provide the best possible care and endeavour to say YES rather than NO to your individual requirements.
Ashbury Nursing Home is located at 1A Kill Lane, Blackrock, Co. Dublin.

It is within a two minute walk to Deansgrange Village and is a five-minute drive from Foxrock, Blackrock and Dun Laoghaire.
It is serviced by the 46A bus route and the 45 bus may be obtained from Deansgrange village, a short walk from Ashbury Nursing Home

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Ashbury Nursing Home | Dublin Private Nursing Homes in Ireland

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