2pm to 4pm
6.30pm to 8.30pm
Visiting times vary in some departments/units. See our Patient Information Booklet for further information.
How to get to St. Luke's General Hospital
The new Kilkenny City Bus Service commenced on the 18th December, 2019. The bus routes service St Luke's General Hospital at the new bus stop located at the North Entrance and also a second bus stop across the road from the old Front Entrance. For further information on the bus service, including routes, timetables etc, please see the following link: https://www.transportforireland.ie/kilkenny-city-services/
SLGH Visiting Leaflet Oct 2022
Policy for Visiting St Luke's General Hospital Carlow/Kilkenny
St Luke's General Hospital Site Map
Map from St. Lukes' General Hospital to Kilcreene Regional Orthopaedic Hospital (KROH)
Map of KROH campus showing the Fracture Clinic
The public car park is situated to the rear of the hospital, and the car park entrance/ exit has a one way system. Please observe signs.
The daily fee is €4, in line with each acute hospital in the South East. A barrier system is in operation; please take a ticket on entering the car park. There are designated Age Friendly parking bays clearly marked. To park in the reduced mobility bays, you must have a parking card for people with disabilities.
The hospital grounds must be freely accessible at all times for ambulance/ emergency services traffic. It is important that you park in the designated areas only. Cars parked in non designated parking spaces may be clamped.
All vehicles are parked at owners’ risk. Please do not park on double yellow lines.
There is a set-down area at the new north entrance. Also, there is pedestrian access from the Freshford Road side through the new south entrance, which brings you straight into the atrium.
Service User Feedback
St. Luke's General Hospital welcomes your feedback - both positive and negative. Please give your feedback to any member of staff or if you wish to put it in writing please avail of the HSE 'Your Service Your Say - Tell Us About Your Experience' literature which is available throughout the hospital or you can write directly to:
The Hospital Manager
St. Luke's General Hospital
For more information on giving your feedback please visit Your Service Your Say