Relatives Panel

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Relatives Panel

HIQA want to hear what you have to say. You have the right to be heard so why not volunteer for their Relatives Panel?

Relatives panels consist of groups of relatives of people (past and present) in nursing homes coming together to provide feedback on how to work together to further improve the safety and quality of these homes.

If this is something you would be interested in, HIQA would like to hear from you.

Contact them on 021 240 9660 or write to :

Health Information and Quality Authority,
Social Services Inspectorate,
1301 City Gate,

or email: [email protected]


Find out more about the National Quality Standards for Residential Care Settings for Older People in Ireland.
The purpose of the standards is to promote best practice in residential care settings for older people and improve the quality of life of residents in these settings. The quality standards clearly outline what is expected of a provider of services and what a resident, their family, a carer, or the public can expect to receive in residential care settings.

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Relatives Panel | Your Nursing Homes in Ireland Guide

For further information on Irish Nursing Homes in Ireland feel free to check out the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) website.

The address is

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Irish Nursing Homes in Ireland and Our Irish Health System

Leadership comes in many guises. True leadership must have at its core an integrity and a heart.
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.
We must continually challenge our standards of safety and the quality of our health services