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New Hospital Project Update

It is clear to see now as you pass the NRH this new redevelopment is rising out of the ground.  The new state of the art sports facility is on track to open in November and this is will be the first major mile stone of this redevelopment.  Below are some photos showing the progress of the building work including: the new Sports Hall, Gym, Acquired Brain Injury Unit, Main Entrance, and Paediatrics’ unit.

NRH New Hospital June Progress

June 2018

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Phase One NRH Hospital Project

May 2018

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Transforming the NRH into a World Class, Purpose-Designed Rehabilitation Facility

Construction of this major redevelopment is now underway on the campus of the existing  RH site on Rochestown Avenue. The new facility will reshape the delivery of specialist  rehabilitation services in Ireland, by replacing the current outdated accommodation with world class facilities.

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Community Link Newsletter - Issue 1 - NRH & John Paul Construction

February 2018

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 NRH New Hospital Project Crane at work

December 2017

The Crane Moves In

The NRH New Hospital Project is well and truly under way.  A Crane has been erected on site and works are progressing.  It is a very exciting time for the NRH Foundation knowing the new hospital development is on its way.  The NRH Foundation is working with fundraisers and corporates to raise funds for the purchase of high spec vital equipment needed, in this new facility, for the benefit of the NRH Patients and their rehabilitation journeys.  Please email or phone: 012355280 if you would like to organise a fundraiser or donate to the New Hospital Project Fund.

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An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD and Minister for Health Simon Harris TD at the NRH Ground Breaking CeremonyNovember 2017

Official Ground Breaking Ceremony

The NRH New Hospital Project Official Ground Breaking Ceremony took place on Monday 23rd of October 2017.  The Board & Staff of the NRH & NRH Foundation were joined by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD and Minister for Health Simon Harris TD for this historical occasion, of the turning of the sod, for Phase One of the new Hospital Redevelopment.

This redevelopment, which is a partnership between the HSE, NRH and the NRH Foundation, will see the existing ward accommodation at the NRH replaced by a new 120 bed facility including integrated therapy services, hydrotherapy pool and sports facilities.  The Hospital will be purpose built to accommodate the needs of those requiring complex specialist rehabilitation services and will comply with best international practice and SARI (infection control) guidelines.  A funding partnership between the NRH Foundation (€10m) and the HSE has enabled the construction of the Phase One of the redevelopment to proceed.

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Ground Breaking | NRH New Hospital Project

October 2017

Ground Breaking News…

The NRH New Hospital Project Official Ground Breaking Ceremony will take place on Monday 23rd of October 2017.

The NRH & NRH Foundation will be joined by An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD & Minister for Health Simon Harris TD for this historical occasion, of the turning of the sod, for Phase One of the new Hospital.

The event is due to take place in the morning time.  Please keep an eye on our website for full details closer to the time.

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November 2017New Hospital Project

August 2017

And We Are Off….

We are delighted to announce that work has now commenced on building Phase One of the New NRH Development on the campus of the existing National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH), Rochestown Avenue, Dún Laoghaire.

The NRH Foundation are working in partnership with the NRH and HSE on the construction of this life changing development which will have a huge impact on the lives and rehabilitation journeys of the patients, both adults and children, in the NRH.

The NRH Foundation is truly thankful to all those who have fundraised for and donated to this New Hospital Project to date and have helped make this dream a reality.

The initial stage of this project involved the design phase led by O’Connell Mahon Architects, and the EU tendering process for the Building Contractor was subsequently completed.  Contracts were signed with the successful Tenderer, John Paul Construction on 28th August 2017 – work began promptly following this.

Phase One of the development will include a fit for purpose ward accommodation block (120 single ensuite rooms) with Integrated Therapy Spaces, a new Sports Hall, Hydrotherapy Unit, Paediatric Family Centred Rehabilitation Unit, a Temporary Concourse as well as Clinical & Ancillary Spaces.  In addition, links to the existing building will ensure full integration between the new development and the existing hospital on the site.

WHAT WILL THIS MEAN FOR THE PATIENTS? The project is unique in that it will be the first purpose-built specialist rehabilitation facility to be built in Ireland.  All ward accommodation at the NRH will comprise of new purpose designed single ensuite bedrooms with integrated rehabilitation-specific treatment spaces.  The redevelopment will enhance the environment for the patients of the NRH and contribute towards achieving optimum outcomes for their rehabilitation journey.  It will enable staff to deliver services in a new and innovative environment designed specifically around patients’ needs.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?  In preparation for the move into the new facility, the NRH Foundation has commenced fundraising to support the equipping of this new high spec facility.  We have been supplied with lists of vital equipment needed by the different Programmes and Wards in the NRH.  We would not be able to provide this vital support without the help of your donations, fundraising, sponsored events and philanthropic gifts.  Contact us at fundraising@NRH.ie if you would like to fundraise for the New NRH Hospital Project or visit www.idonate.ie/NRHNewHospital to donate to the New Hospital Project Fund.