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Cork University Hospital was founded in 1978 and contains a number of 800 beds. The hospital is used as a teaching hospital operated by the HSE. It successfully serves as a hospital for over a million people. In recent years, it has received a number of improvements such as the intensive care capacity, emergency patient flow, day surgery and orthopaedic trauma patient flow.

The hospital specialises in a huge number of services. It contains its own helipad, radio station and Bus Éireann serves routes to and from the hospital throughout the day. It also has 5 other bus services operating frequently from Cork City. It is a 15-minute drive by car or bus.

It consists of 50 acres and impressively has won the first Green Flag hospital in the world. With a number of 500,000 interactions with patients annually and a huge generator of waste, energy and traffic – it has proved it is possible to be sustainable in any business, even with its great size.

Maldron Shandon Cork

15 minutes by car

Maldron Hotel Shandon Cork City is a newly refurbished hotel excellently located in the heart of Cork city, near Shandon Bells. Enjoy comfortable, spacious and affordable accommodation that makes an ideal base for exploring the beautiful, historic city of Cork.

Cork University Hospital is 16 minutes from the hotel by taxi. You can catch the bus too which will take approximately 30 minutes, the bus routes to the hospital are 205, 208, 214 and 216.

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Maldron South Mall

15 minutes by car

Maldron Hotel South Mall is Cork’s newest 4 star hotel. It is wonderfully located in the heart of the city, with Cork’s busiest shopping district right on its doorstep – making it perfect for weekend breaks, girlie getaways and even family breaks away.

Cork University Hospital is 16 minutes drive by taxi or 30 minutes by bus routes – 205, 233, 208 and 216. If you cycle this is only a 15-minute journey!

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