New €5.5m outpatients unit opens at Temple Street Children’s Hospital

New €5.5m outpatients unit opens at Temple Street Children’s Hospital

A new outpatients unit at Temple Street Children’s Hospital in Dublin has been opened this morning. 

The new Neurology and Renal facility cost €5.5m to build and was funded entirely through donations. 

The two-floor unit will cater to over 6,500 patients who attend the hospital for treatment each year. 

Brian O’Driscoll, Temple Street Ambassador,  opened the new unit this afternoon. 

New €5.5m outpatients unit opens at Temple Street Children’s Hospital

The New Neurology Unit includes:

      • 400 square metre footprint

      • A larger waiting room with play area

      • Dedicated treatment rooms

      • A parents’ room

      • Three new Neurophysiological Sleep Testing Rooms with adjoining monitoring. (Located away from the main patient waiting/treatment areas and with better acoustics, these will enable more efficient tests to be conducted)

      • Two wheelchair accessible toilets

      • Four consultants’ rooms

      • A nurses’ room

      • A technician’s office

      • EEG rooms

New €5.5m outpatients unit opens at Temple Street Children’s Hospital

The New Renal Unit includes:

      • 400 square metre footprint

      • A new larger waiting room with play area

      • A state of the art treatment room for transplant patients

      • Five Hemodialysis stations

      • A specialised Urodynamics facility

      • Provision for psychologists and dieticians to be housed on this single floor, providing a completely holistic treatment for patients

New €5.5m outpatients unit opens at Temple Street Children’s Hospital


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