The Galway Clinic is a private hospital in County Galway. It was once the first private emergency department in the West of Ireland. The hospital was opened in June of 2004 and consists of 126 beds and 36 consultant suites.
Galway Clinic focuses on things like radiotherapy, open heart surgery, robotic-assisted surgery and eye laser surgery. The clinic contains 6 state-of-the-art operating theatres, 2-day surgery theatres, 8-bed intensive care units, radiology department, health screening and many more services to cater to all patient needs.
The clinic has been specially created to address a wide range of conditions, including acute and more complicated. More than 120 of the world’s most certified consultants working at the clinic and specialising in over 60 different specialities so that you can be sure that you’re in good hands! In fact, the clinic has been accredited by the JCI since 2007. This means they have a gold standard status in global health care and are deeply skilled and experienced. The staff are fully committed to high-quality patient care and are willing to undergo extensive preparation and examination to ensure a culture of safety for all clinic users and leadership in hospital standards.
There are designated meal times for patients and there is also a restaurant and coffee dock on-site that is open daily. Mass is also held every day in the hospital chapel and can be viewed from the TV monitors in each patient’s room.