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Services for Older People in North Cork

The HSE provides a broad range of services for older people in our community, including in-patient acute services, step down and convalescent care, day services, rehabilitation, community services, home care and home helps.

Hospitals and Homes for Older Persons
Hospitals

Kanturk Community Hospital, Kanturk, Co. Cork 029 50024
Millstreet Community Hospital, Millstreet, Co. Cork 029 70003
Fermoy Community Hospital, Fermoy, Co. Cork 025 31300

Nursing Home with Public Beds
Nazareth House, Mallow, Co. Cork 022 21561

Private Nursing Homes (North Cork)

Abbeylands Nursing Home, Kildorrery (Kevin Regan) (022) 25090
Amberley, Acres, Fermoy (Liam Fitzgerald) (025) 40900
Bridhaven, Mallow (Paul & Mary Claire Rochford) (022) 22205
Conna, Mallow (Pat Beecher) (058) 59876
Corpus Christi, Mitchelstown (Sheila Fraher) (025) 84844
Fairyhill, Mallow (Monica Enderson) (022) 42258
Nazareth House, Mallow (Sr. Gabriel O'Riordan) (022) 21561
Padre Pio, Churchtown (Mary McCabe) (022) 23789
St. Martha’s, Charleville (Nollaig Broe) 063 30750
Strawhall, Fermoy (Malcolm Rice) (025) 31678
Teach Altra (T. O'Keeffe/ Dr Bertie Daly) (029) 61166
Windmill, Churchtown (Pat Kennedy) (022) 29076

Day Care Centres
Buttevant (022) 23507
Charleville (063) 81971
Clondara (025) 32532
Fermoy, Cluain Dara (025) 33315
Kanturk (Mercy House) (029) 51161
Mallow (022) 22398
Mallow St. Marys Alzheimers (022) 43322
Millstreet (029) 70926
Mitchelstown, Teormon Uí Caoimh (025) 84530

Hospice Care
Hospice Care is provided to people and families in the last days of their lives. It is a sensitive and holistic service, delivered either in a hospice or at home
and designed to give comfort and dignity. For details of this service contact the Director of Public Health Nursing at (022) 58700.

Home Help

The Home Help Service supports the assessed needs of vulnerable people in the community who through illness or disability are in need of help with day to day tasks. The focus of the Home Help service is on essential personal care such as washing or taking a shower, assistance with moving from one position to another, oral hygiene, or help at mealtime and/or with essential domestic duties ( like lighting a fire or bringing in fuel if there is no alternative heating source, or basic essential cleaning of the person’s personal space).

The particular supports provided to each person will depend on the needs that are identified during the assessment which is undertaken by a HSE health professional generally a public health nurse.

You can access this service through your Public Health Nurse or by telephoning the home help service on (022) 58700.