Patients & Visitors
The Adelaide and Meath Hospital Dublin, Incorporating the National Children's Hospital and St. Loman's, is a landmark development in Ireland's acute hospital service and is one of the biggest healthcare projects ever undertaken by the State. The Hospital is funded by the Health Service Executive (HSE).
Located in southwest Dublin, the Hospital provides child-health, adult, psychiatric and age-related healthcare on one site. There are 625 beds in the Hospital and almost 3,000 people are employed here.
The Hospital is a provider of local, regional, supra-regional and national specialities. It is also a national urology centre, regional dialysis centre and a regional orthopaedic trauma centre.
The Hospital is one of the two main teaching hospitals of Trinity College Dublin.
Caring for People
The Hospital provides a focus for a massively-growing, urbanised area with a predominantly young population. It mainly serves the people of Tallaght, Clondalkin, Firhouse, Rathfarnham, Terenure, Templeoue, West Wicklow and parts of Co Kildare. In addition, it has many national and international responsibilities. About 3,000 people work at the Hospital.
- Intensive and Coronary care
- Out-Patients Department
- Accident & Emergency
- National Urology Centre
- Elective Orthopaedic
- Psychiatric Unit
- Age Related Healthcare
- Nephrology - Regional Dialysis Centre
- Child Health Services