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Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital,
Tel: (041) 9837601
Fax: (041) 9833868
About Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital:
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital provides acute medical and surgical services as well as maternity services to the catchment area of Louth, Meath and the surrounding hinterland including parts of north county Dublin.
The main Emergency Department for Louth Meath Hospital Group is located at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital. It is supported by an Acute Medical Assessment Unit (AMAU), which provides immediate and early specialist management of adult medical patients and by a Minor Injuries Unit in Louth County Hospital Dundalk and the Emergency Department in Our Lady's Hospital Navan. Emergency services are provided in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital 365 days a year 24 hours a day.
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital is a Tobacco Free Campus. This means it is no longer possible to smoke anywhere on the hospital campus. The policy applies to all staff, patients, visitors, contractors and anyone who enters the hospital buildings or grounds. This will ensure a healthier, safer and cleaner environment for all and better health outcomes for patients and staff.
Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital has introduced an 'Art in Hospital Programme'.The aim of the programme is to use art within the hospital to enhance the physical environment for patients, service users and staff.
Statement of Purpose
Medical and Surgical Services
Medical and Surgical Services
- General Medicine
- Emergency Medicine
- Geriatric Medicine
- Respiratory Medicine
- Physical Medicine
- Pathology Services
- Palliative Care
- General Surgery
- Intensive Care
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To make an appointment call 087 262 4851 and leave a detailed message.
All calls will be returned after 6 pm each evening. Enquiries will be dealt with by nursing staff during clinic hours.
The National Office of Clinical Audit (NOCA) enables the Irish healthcare system to continually improve by maintaining a portfolio of prioritised national clinical audits, measured against national and international standards.
To learn more about the collection of data for our clinical audits see NOCA’s patient information leaflets.
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Maternity Patient Safety Statements
Maternity Patient Safety Statements have been published for each of the country’s 19 maternity hospitals and units. Each Hospital Group and Maternity Hospital will publish an updated statement each month.
The objective in publishing these statements is to provide public assurance that maternity services are delivered in an environment that promotes open disclosure. It is intended that reporting in an honest and open way helps build trust and improves clinical performance and the culture of safety.
The Maternity Patient Safety Statement contains information on 17 metrics covering a range of clinical activities, major obstetric events, modes of delivery and clinical incidents.
While all maternity hospitals collect a large range of information and data on an ongoing basis, these particular metrics have been selected on the basis that they are clinically robust, relevant and underpinned by standardised definitions.
The statements will also inform hospital management in carrying out their role in safety and quality improvement. It is intended that they will act as an early warning mechanism for issues that require local action or any issues that need intervention at Hospital Group or national level.