Catherine McAuley House Limerick

Catherine McAuley House Nursing Home
Old Dominic Street

Contact: Eileen Sweeney

Tel: 00353 (0) 61 315313
Email: [email protected]

HIQA Reports

Catherine McAuley House is a purpose-built, two-storey designated centre which was opened in 1994.
It provides long-term, respite and convalescence care mainly to residents over the age of 65 years and to residents with dementia.

Places are only available to members of the congregation of the order of the Sisters of Mercy.
It is registered for the care of 33 residents

Car parking is available to the side of the building and closed-circuit television (CCTV) is in operation outside the building.
The local convent for the order of the Sisters of Mercy is next door to the designated centre and allows easy access for the congregation to visit and participate in the care of the residents.

Located in the centre of Limerick city close to King John’s Castle, this city centre location enables a number of residents to walk into town or to the nearby shops and amenities.

It also enables easy access to attend outpatient appointments in nearby hospitals and clinics.

Information courtesy of HIQA reports and other sources.

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