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  • 4 Ward is a transitional care unit focusing on the safe discharge of medical and surgical patients from St James's Hospital. 

    Phone

    (01) 416 2206

    (01) 416 2207

    Directions

    First floor, Hospital 4 building

    Specialties

    Medical and surgical transition care to discharge

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • Abraham Colles Ward is for patients with primary trauma, patients who have been in an accident, as well as trauma patients referred from other units.

    It is a tertiary referral centre for complex hip revisions and periprosthetic fractures, patients requiring complex upper limb work, haemophilia patients, reconstruction of feet and ankle problems and patients with sports injuries. 

    Phone

    (01) 416 2084

    Directions

    Second floor, main hospital building

    Specialties

    Orthopaedics

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • The Acute Medical Assessment Unit (AMAU) admits patients directly from the Emergency Department. There are two wards in the AMAU; St Kevin's Ward and William Wilde Ward.

    Phone

    (01) 416 2899

    (01) 410 3797

    Directions

    Ground floor, main hospital building

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • Anne Young Ward is for elective and trauma patients.

    It is a tertiary referral unit for both reconstructive plastic purgery and oro-maxillofacial surgery patients.

    Phone

    (01) 410 3315

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital building

    Specialties

    Reconstructive plastic surgery, oro-maxillo facial surgery

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients.  Read more...

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  • Becket Ward provides a step-down facility for patients transferring from the Acute Admissions Unit. On Becket Ward there is a strong emphasis on promoting independence and self-care.

    Phone

    (01) 410 3136

    Directions

    Ground floor, main hospital buildingFinding your way.

    Specialties

    Low-dependency psychiatry

    Directorate

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • The National Burns Unit is a purpose-built unit which provides a national service for patients over 14 years of age. It is located beside the Emergency Department, which facilitates quick and efficient transfer of patients. The unit has an operating theatre designated for burn surgery.

    Burn injury admissions vary in severity from minor to life-threatening. The National Burns Unit accepts both classifications, which may be referred to from emergency departments, GP practices and healthcare centres.

    The aim of the unit is to provide optimal care of the burn-injured patient, utilising the skills of a multidisciplinary team from the acute to the rehabilitative phase of burn injury. The multidisciplinary team in conjunction with the patient and their family, aims to preserve life and with equal importance; promote quality of life by maximising long-term physical, vocational and psychosocial functioning.

    Phone

    (01) 416 2326

    (01) 416 2350

    Directions

    Ground floor, main hospital buildingFinding your way.

    Specialties

    Burns

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • Conolly Norman Unit provides a dedicated service to care of the older person with mental health problems. It provides specialist assessment, interventions and treatment for people over 65 with mental health problems, who need to be admitted to an acute hospital.

    Phone

    (01) 410 3137

    Directions

    Ground floor, main hospital buildingFinding your way.

    Specialties

    Psychiatry for older persons

    Directorate

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • The Coronary Care Unit is for patients with cardiac conditions that require continuous monitoring and treatment. The majority of patients are admitted through our Emergency Department. A number of patients are also admitted via the Cardiac Catheterisation Lab following angioplasty or other specialised procedures. Following treatment, patients are then transferred to the cardiac ward as their condition improves.

     

     

    Phone

    (01) 416 2540

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital buildingFinding your way.

    Specialties

    Cardiology

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • Denis Burkitt Ward is the admission unit for all patients with haematological diseases, including all patients undergoing stem cell transplantation and bone marrow transplantation. The unit is the National Adult Bone Marrow Transplant Centre. 

    Phone

    (01) 416 2271

    Directions

    Ground floor, main hospital buildingFinding your way.

    Specialties

    Haematology, bone marrow transplantation and stem cell transplantation

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • Donal Hollywood Ward specialises in oncology, haematology and radiation oncology. 

    Phone

    (01) 410 3606

    Directions

    Second floor, main hospital buildingFinding your way.

    Specialties

    Oncology, haematology and radiation oncology

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • Phone

    (01) 416 2070

    (01) 416 2073

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital buildingFinding your way.

    Specialties

    General Surgery, Urology, Upper Gastroenterology

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • George Frederic Handel Ward is a neurovascular rehabilitation ward. Admissions to this rehabilitation service is by direct transfers from MedEl acute wards or transfers from other wards within the hospital.

    Patients transferred for rehabilitation are assessed and treated by a multidisciplinary team that include detailed goal setting that is meaningful to the patient. All therapeutic services are provided either in the therapeutic suites situated on the first floor of MISA or are ward-based and are structured around the assessed care needs of each patient.  The length of stay here is subject to individual progress.

    Phone

    (01) 416 2273

    (01) 416 2263

    Directions

    Second floor, MISA building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Stroke Rehabilitation

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • Haematology & Hepatology (H&H) Ward specialises in gastroenterology (with particular emphasis on patients with Hepatology conditions) and Haematology (with particular emphasis on patients with bleeding disorders, mainly Haemophilia A and B and Von Willebrands Disease).

    It is also has a day unit which is used for haematology and gastroenterology patients receiving intravenous therapy. There are two are negative pressure rooms for barrier nursing.

    Phone

    (01) 410 3134

    (01) 410 3132

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital buildingFinding your way.

    Specialties

    General Surgical, Hepatology and Gastroenterology

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • The High Dependency Unit (HDU) is for patients requiring specialist care or monitoring following intensive care treatment, complex surgery or acute illness. Patients in the HDU are cared for by the intensive care (ICU) medical, nursing and allied health teams in consultation with the patient and their primary consultant and team. 

    Phone

    (01) 416 2021

    (01) 428 4042

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital buildingFinding your way.

    Specialties

    Medical and surgical high dependancy nursing

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • Hospital 5 Unit 2 is a medical ward, including three negative pressure rooms for the care of patients who have tuberculosis (TB).

    Phone

    (01) 410 3491

    (01) 416 2501

    Directions

    First floor, hospital 5 buildingFinding your way.

    Specialties

    Medical

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and High Dependency Unit (HDU) at St James’s Hospital cares for patients who are critically ill and require specialist medical and nursing interventions and/or close monitoring.

    Patient care and treatment in the ICU and HDU is under the supervision of a team of consultants in intensive care medicine/anaesthetists, in conjunction with the patient's primary admitting team. Care is delivered by a range of multi-professionals including ICU nurses, physiotherapists, speech & language therapists, clinical nutritionists and pharmacists, along with a range of support staff.

    Phone

    (01) 416 2561

    (01) 416 2562

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Medical and surgical intensive care

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • John Cheyne Ward is a medical admissions ward.

    Phone

    (01) 416 2844

    (01) 428 4029

    Directions

    Ground floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Medical

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • John Houston Ward is an acute respiratory ward and provides care for patients suffering with COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmunory Disease), respiratory failure, asthma and other lung diseases. The ward also cares for patients diagnosed with lung cancer receiving chemotherapy, radiotherapy or palliative care, BIPAP and CPAP therapy.

    Phone

    (01) 416 2219

    (01) 416 2228

    Directions

    Second floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Respiratory and medical

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • Keith Shaw Unit is made up of Keith Shaw Ward and Keith Shaw ICU. It is a cardiac unit for both planned and emergency patients for cardiac surgery, e.g. coronary artery bypass grafts or valve surgery. All patients for planned surgery are seen in a pre-admission clinic led by the advanced nurse practioners, prior to their surgery. 

    Phone

    Keith Shaw ICU: (01) 410 3398

    Keith Shaw Ward: (01) 410 3389

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Cardiac surgery

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • Kilmainham Ward is a transitional care ward. Admissions to transitional care is by direct transfers from hospital wards for patients who have completed their acute phase of care and await long term care placement or discharge home with home care supports. Patients transferring to the transitional ward must have a structured discharge plan in place and a planned discharge date.

     

     

     

    Phone

    (01) 416 2297

    (01) 416 2298

    Directions

    Fifth floor, MISA building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Care of the elderly

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients Read more...

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  • Margaret Kehoe Ward specialises in genitourinary medicine and infectious diseases.

    Phone

    (01) 410 3865

    (01) 410 3866

    Directions

    Second floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Genitourinary medicine and infectious diseases

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19.  Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients Read more...

  • Mary Mercers is an acute admission and assessment unit which specialises in general medicine for the elderly.  

    Phone

    (01) 416 2131

    (01) 416 2151

    Directions

    Ground floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Medicine for the Elderly, Admission and Assessment

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • Mc Aleese Ward is part of Hollybrook Lodge, which is the hospital's long stay residential unit for the elderly.

    Hollybrook Lodge provides the older person, who due to physical, psychological or social circumstances, requires long term care with safe, effective, quality care in a ‘home from home’ environment. All residents cared for in Hollybrook Lodge have access to specialist medical and nursing care, a wide range of support therapies including physiotherapy, clinical nutrition, medical social work, speech and language therapy and specialist aged-care services and treatments including old age psychiatry, bone health, Memory Clinic etc.

    Phone

    (01) 410 3767

    (01) 410 3768

    Specialties

    Care of the elderly

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • Patrick Kavanagh Ward specialises in acute medicine for elderly patients. Patients in this ward are directly admitted from the Emergency Department, nursing homes and our Acute Medical Assessment. After treatment, patients are either transferred to our rehabilitation/ transition unit, discharged home or to a long term care facility.

    Phone

    (01) 416 2279

    (01) 416 2277

    Directions

    Third floor, MISA building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Acute Medicine for Elderly/ Acute Admissions Unit

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • Private 1 Ward is a medical unit caring for patients with a variety of cancers and general medical conditions. 

    Phone

    (01) 410 3201

    (01) 410 3202

    Directions

    Ground floor, main hospital buildingFinding your way.

    Specialties

    Oncology, haematology and medical

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • Private 2 ward cares for scheduled admissions of mixed specialities - mainly surgery, major ENT, cardiothoracic, maxillofacial, gynaecological, genito-urinary, vascular, breast and orthopaedic patients.

    Phone

    (01) 410 3211

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Mixed general surgery with various specialities

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • Private 3 Ward is a surgical and medical ward. Areas covered are medical oncology, endocrinology, gynaecology, rheumatology, cardiology, vascular surgery, ENT, haematology, general medicine, acute surgery and elective surgery.

    Phone

    (01) 410 3217

    Directions

    Second floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Various specialties and cardiology

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • Rialto Ward is a care of the older person ward which specialises in rehabilitation (falls/orthopaedic/stroke rehab etc.). Patients are transferred here from acute wards for intensive physiotherapy and occupational therapy under a multidisciplinary team. 

    This ward aims to assist patients to their most independent condition possible and enables safe and stress-free transition from the acute hospital setting to home or to a long term residential care facility, for both the patient and their family. 

    Phone

    (01) 416 2295

    (01) 428 4110

    Directions

    Fourth floor, MISA building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Rehabilitation for the older person

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • Robert Adams Ward specialises in the care of patients with various cardiovascular conditions and the procedures and investigations to diagnose these conditions. It includes the management of patients after procedures to treat the complications associated with cardiovascular conditions, such as; angiogram, angioplasty, myocardial infarction, pacemaker insertion, insertion of implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD), etc. The ward also manages the care of patients requiring cardiothoracic procedures, which are performed by the surgical team. Patients are admitted to the ward both electively and via the Emergency Department in the hospital. 

    Phone

    (01) 416 2088

    (01) 416 2089

    Directions

    Second floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Cardiac and Thoracic

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • Robinson Ward is part of Hollybrook Lodge, which is the hospital's long stay residential unit for the elderly.

    Hollybrook Lodge provides the older person, who due to physical, psychological or social circumstances, requires long term care with safe, effective, quality care in a ‘home from home’ environment. All residents cared for in Hollybrook Lodge have access to specialist medical and nursing care, a wide range of support therapies including physiotherapy, clinical nutrition, medical social work, speech and language therapy and specialist aged-care services and treatments including old age psychiatry, bone health, Memory Clinic etc.

    Phone

    (01) 410 3778

    (01) 410 3779

    Specialties

    Care of the elderly

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • Sir Patrick Duns Ward specialises in both vascular and general (colorectal) surgery. Admissions to this ward are from the Emergency Department (ED), Intensive Care Unit (ICU)/High Dependency Unit (HDU), Outpatient Department or other wards within St James’s Hospital.

    Phone

    (01) 416 2074

    (01) 416 2076

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Vascular and general surgery

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • Sir William Wilde Ward is part of the Acute Medical Admission Unit (AMAU). The AMAU is a short stay high intensity area receiving acutely ill medical patients mainly from the Emergency Department. 

    Phone

    (01) 416 2895

    (01) 410 3798

    Directions

    Ground floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Acute medical admissions

    Directorate

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • St Johns Ward provides care for patients with gynaecological disorders and head and neck cancers. Patients are admitted here both on an elective and emergency basis. 

    Phone

    (01) 416 2181

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    ENT and gynaecology

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • St Kevins Ward is part of the Acute Medical Assessment Unit (AMAU). The AMAU is a short stay high intensity area receiving acutely ill medical patients mainly from the Emergency Department. 

    Phone

    (01) 416 2895

    (01) 410 3798

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Acute Medical

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • Victor Synge Ward specialises in care for endocrinology, dermatology, rheumatology and general medical patients. The ward has an ablation therapy suite for the treatment of metastasis thyroid cancer.

    Phone

    (01) 416 2236

    Directions

    Second floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Endocrinology, dermatology, rheumatology and general medicine

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

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  • Ward A is a 28 bedded St James hospital ward based off site in St Lukes Hospital Rathgar. Ward A is located on the first floor in the main St Lukes hospital building. The ward is a transitional care unit providing care to various patient types on a case by case basis. Patients are transferred to Ward A directly from SJH once they are assessed and discussed with bed management SJH and the CNM / nurse in charge Ward A.

    Phone

    (01) 406 5394 or (01) 406 5395

    Directions

    Ward A is based in St Lukes Hospital Rathgar

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...

  • William Fownes Ward is an acute admission unit. The unit is a short-term treatment centre and provides a caring, therapeutic and supportive environment, aiming to restore and maintain good health. Patients are treated using a multidisciplinary approach to care, where a treatment programme is devised with attention to individual needs.

    Phone

    (01) 410 3138

    (01) 416 2621

    Directions

    First floor, main hospital building. Finding your way.

    Specialties

    Acute admission and psychiatry

    Directorate

    Visiting

    Visiting restrictions are in place at St James’s Hospital for the safety of our patients, staff and community to reduce the further spread of COVID-19 infection. This means that the hospital is closed to all visitors, except in exceptional clinical circumstances, where very limited visiting may be arranged by prior agreement with the Nurse in Charge on the ward.

    The hospital regrets any upset that this is causing to our patients and their families, however, these restrictions are necessary to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19. Please click here for information on how family members can drop essential items to the hospital for patients. Read more...