Bishopscourt Residential Care

Bishopscourt Residential Care
Co. Cork

Contact: Sheila O'Reilly

Tel No: 00353 (0) 21 4885833

HIQA Reports

BishopsCourt is full of glass and light; it is bright on the dullest of days.

This is no accident - BishopsCourt was built with people in mind. In fact, it was custom built so that everyone staying here, or even just visiting, can get around smoothly and easily.

It is specifically designed with the best of nursing home care as its first priority.

But what you experience when you visit or choose to stay here is a home with a warm, welcoming personality.
That personality reflects those of BishopsCourt’s two founders Catherine O’Connor and Patsy O’Sullivan.

It reflects the commitment and hard work of everyone who works there. It reflects how much and how well their residents are entertained and cared for.

Along with the light, there is colour. Their walls are almost cluttered with notice boards covered in paintings and drawings from relatives and residents alike.
Everywhere you look lively primary colours jostle with more subtle warm shades for attention.

The people who stay there are the centre of their attention.
At the same time, they know that they are the centre of attention for their relatives and friends.

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Residential Care Inspections

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Bishopscourt Residential Care | Cork Private Nursing Homes in Ireland

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Irish Nursing Homes in Ireland and Our Irish Health System

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We expect our Irish Health System, acting as a leader, guide and mentor,
to look to it's people with an outstretched hand.

It should assist and support in every way possible and together we will achieve those very high goals we all deserve

We must always strive for a better health and overall care for everyone.
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