Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown

Connolly Hospital is a major teaching and health promoting hospital providing a range of services to a diverse population covering the communities of West Dublin, North Kildare and South County Meath. These services include a 24 hour Emergency Department, acute medical and surgical services, acute psychiatric services, day care, out-patient care plus diagnostic and therapeutic and support services.

Visiting information

To continue to help protect our patients, staff and visitors, please note that all visitors to Connolly Hospital are required to wear a Surgical Mask once on-site. Surgical masks are available and can be provide to all visitors at the entrance to the Hospital. It is also strongly advised that prior to arrival, all visitors take an antigen test.

Routine Visiting

  • Daily visiting hours: 5.30pm to 8pm
  • Only one visitor per patient is allowed

Exceptional Visiting

Exceptional visiting due to End of Life care or compassionate grounds must be pre-arranged with the Clinical Nurse Manager of the ward/unit.
All visitors are required to wear a surgical mask and comply with hand hygiene practices. Surgical masks are available at the entrance to the Hospital.
It is also strong advised that prior to arrival, all visitors take an antigen test. Please do not visit the hospital if you are unwell.

Thank you for your co-operation.

Hospital Contact Details
Mill Rd,
Dublin 15,
15 X40D
Tel: 01 646 5000
Fax: 01 646 5132

Directions to Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown

Disability Access Officer

Mission Statement
We are committed to providing patient-centred quality care, delivered with compassion and professionalism by valued and dedicated staff, whilst ensuring excellence, equity and accountability.

The staff at Connolly Hospital will at all times respect -

  • Your privacy and confidentiality
  • Your need to be kept informed
  • Your right to seek a second opinion
  • Your diversity
  • Your right to make informed decisions regarding your care and treatment

Privacy Statement of information:

Clinical Audit in Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown, using your healthcare records to improve healthcare.

Clinical Audit
Information held in your health records may be used to assess the quality of the care you have received against nationally and locally agreed best practice standards of care.  The results of this assessment can then be used to make changes and improvements to the care we provide to our service users.  This process is known as clinical audit.  Your confidentiality is ensured throughout this process and all audit reports are anonymised in line with HSE Data Protection Policies.

Car Parks
The main public car parks are located at the front of the hospital building and a small number of parking spaces are available at the rear of the hospital building. Learn more about parking at Connolly Hospital.

Tobacco Free Campus
Smoking tobacco or electronic cigarettes is not permitted on the hospital campus including the grounds. Learn more about our Tobacco Free Campus and Smoking Cessation Service.

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