Beaumont Hospital

Welcome to Beaumont Hospital

Our aim is to deliver the highest quality of care to our patients, excellent training to our students and a friendly, stimulating and professional environment for staff.

The information on this site is organised to meet the needs of different types of users. All suggestions for improvement are gratefully received.

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For information on the Patient Advisory Liaison Service (PALS) please click here

See HERE for phone numbers of Wards & Units

See HERE for enhanced visiting arrangements 

 

Information for patients on arrangement for attending appointments in Beaumont Hospital, St Joseph’s Hospital Raheny & OMNI Outpatient Centre

All elective services for patients who need to attend the Hospital for scheduled appointments and procedures are running as normal.  Where appropriate we continue to offer telephone and virtual video out-patient consultations to patients, especially for those with long term conditions who require on-going management and may not need to attend for their consultation in person.

It is very important that you do not attend the Hospital for your appointment if you have a temperature or are feeling unwell. Please phone the number on your appointment letter to reschedule.

For more information on OPD services please see www.beaumont.ie/opd

Periodic Text validation exercise notification

Beaumont Hospital periodically conduct text validation exercises of our surgical, procedure and OPD waiting lists.  If you receive such a text and wish to remain on the waiting list please reply YES to the message.

 

 


 

 

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Visiting Arrangements (in effect from Fri 08/12/2023

Only two visitors per patient is allowed during our routine visiting hours and children under the age of 16 years are not permitted to visit except in exceptional circumstances.

End of life care and compassionate visiting is only permitted at the discretion of the Clinical Nurse Manager.

Visitors and patients must adhere to good hand hygiene practices and wear a facemask when visiting wards and other clinical areas. 

Please do not attend the hospital if you have COVID-19 symptoms or any other transmissible infection, e.g., diarrhoea, vomiting, influenza-like illness, rash illness

Visitors can also take an antigen test prior to attending the hospital as an additional protective measure.

Routine Visiting

Monday to Friday : 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm only

Weekends and Public/Bank Holidays : 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm and 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm only

Visiting will not be permitted outside of these hours 

Exceptional visiting

Exceptional visiting due to End of Life care or vulnerable patients whereby time is not restricted.  Visiting must be pre-arranged in agreement with the Clinical Nurse Manager of the ward/unit   Please contact the ward directly and speak to the Clinical Nurse Manager.

Please note these recommendations may be subject to change as community or hospital prevalence increases. Please do not attend the hospital to visit if you are unwell. 

Thank you for your cooperation