Welcome to Wexford General Hospital's website
Hospital Contact Details:
Tel: (053) 91 53000
Fax: (053) 91 41910
Visiting Times: With effect from Monday, 4th January 2016 visitors are welcome at Wexford General Hospital only during the following specified hours:
- 14.00hrs to 16.00hrs (2pm–4pm) daily;
- 18.30hrs to 20.30hrs (6.30pm-8.30pm) daily.
Maternity visiting Times: With effect from Wednesday, 15th May 2019 visitors are welcome to the Maternity ward at Wexford General Hospital only during the following specified hours:
- Partners are allowed all day 11:00 to 21:00 (11am - 9pm)
- THERE WILL BE NO AFTERNOON VISITING
- Evening visiting will be from 18:30 to 20:30 (6:30pm - 8:30pm)
Members of the public are being asked to visit patients only during these specified hours. However, visiting outside of these times may be facilitated by prior arrangement/agreement with the Ward Manager. A maximum of two visitors per patient is allowed at any one time. These changes are being introduced to improve patient experience at Wexford General Hospital.
Recruitment of nurses - ongoing
Wexford General Hospital, one of eleven hospitals forming the Ireland East Hospital Group (IEHG), is actively recruiting for registered nurses. If you are interested, please contact Eleanor Carpenter, Director of Nursing - 053-9153144. Thank you.
Car Park Costs at Wexford General Hospital
- Up to 3 hours = €4
- Up to 4 hours = €6
- More than 4 hours = €8
- 2-day pass (unlimited access) = €10
- 5-day pass (unlimited access) = €20
Tobacco Free Campus: Wexford General & Ely Hospital Services are Tobacco Free Campuses since 14th February 2014 - please do not smoke anywhere on hospital grounds. Do something for someone you love ...quit smoking
For advice and tips on quitting, view our information leaflet here
Visit www.quit.ie the HSE health education website aimed at encouraging smokers to quit.
The National Smokers' Quitline 1800 201 203 is open 8.00am - 10pm Monday to Saturday.
“The purpose of Wexford General Hospital is to provide a high quality acute hospital service to enable the people we serve to live healthier and more fulfilled lives”.