St Gladys Nursing Home

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St Gladys’ Nursing Home
53 Lower Kimmage Road
Harold’s Cross
Dublin 6W

Contact Ros O' Byrne

Tel. 00353 (0) 1 4927624
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.harveyhealthcare.ie/Gladys.htm
HIQA Reports http://www.hiqa.ie/social-care/find-a-centre/nursing-homes/st-gladys-nursing-home

St Gladys’ Nursing Home has a combination of single and sharing accommodation.

The Nursing Home is registered for 51 residents and there are 21 single rooms and 15 double rooms.

The majority of rooms are en-suite. Our shared rooms provide company for residents but have dividing curtains to ensure privacy and dignity.

All rooms have call bell systems and electric beds and residents are encouraged to personalise their rooms.

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The Nursing home is a large period house with a generous entrance hall with large reception and dining rooms either side of the hall.

There is a fully equipped kitchen and four bedrooms upstairs.
In addition there are two purpose built wings to the sides of the house which contain bedrooms and additional reception rooms.
The design of our building creates a ‘homely’ feel to the Nursing Home with carpet in the living rooms and comfy chairs and couches.

The Nursing Home is located close to the grounds of Mount Argus and is close to St James’, St Vincent’s and Tallaght hospitals.
It has very attractive enclosed gardens.


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A copy of each Hiqa report can be obtained online at:

http://www.hiqa.ie/social-care/find-a-centre/nursing-homes/st-gladys-nursing-home

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