The nursing department is composed of Registered General Nurses and Healthcare Assistants who provide care and support to patients during their rehabilitation.
All patients must be admitted for in-patient rehabilitation, from a referring hospital, under the care of a medical consultant, in order to be referred for physiotherapy in Clontarf Hospital.
Occupational Therapists (OTs) work with patients whose daily activities (occupations) have been impaired by physical and/or mental illness.
Medical Social Work
Medical Social workers assess the impact of illness or injury on a patient and his/her family and plan appropriate supports.
Nutrition & Dietetics
The nutrition and dietetic department supports inpatients that require specialised diets and or additional nutrition support during their stay in Clontarf Hospital.
Clontarf Hospital pharmacy department sources, stores and supplies all medication used within the hospital. Our pharmacists advise clinical staff and patients and their carers on the safe, effective a...
The X-ray Department provides a general x-ray service for all in-patients and a limited General Practitioner (GP) out-patient service for adults by appointment only. There are no walk in x-ray servi...