Hospital Group: Dublin Midlands Hospital Group
Parking for visitors and staff is available on site.
Due to safety considerations for staff who work on shifts it is not possible to allow visitors park in the underground car parks after 7pm
A private security company is engaged full time regulating traffic at the hospital and all staff cars are obliged to have a permit displayed.
The parking of vehicles, is absolutely prohibited on front of the Emergency Department, the main entrance, or in a place or manner that obstructs or is likely to obstruct the safe passage of other vehicles or pedestrians.
All vehicles parked at Naas General Hospital are parked at owners risk and neither the General Manager or any of his employees have any liability for any damage to any vehicle or its contents.
- Visiting times are Monday to Sunday, 2pm to 4pm and 6.30pm to 8.30pm
- Visits are strictly no longer than 30 minutes.
- Strictly no more than 2 people should visit a patient at any one time.
- At times there will be visiting restrictions to certain wards from infection control. These measures will be kept under review if there is an infection outbreak.
- End of life and compassionate visits are coordinated at ward/department level with the Clinical Nurse Manager/Nurse in Charge of the unit.
- Use hand gel when entering and leaving the hospital and when entering and leaving the ward.
- Do not attend if you have any cold/flu/COVID symptoms
- Be mindful of other patients’ needs for rest and privacy.
Facemasks are provided and may be worn if you wish to do so but are not obligatory.
You may however be asked to wear a mask in certain areas of the hospital to protect you, our staff, and our patients
You may be denied entry due to national/local visiting restrictions, please do not be offended. This is to protect our patients, staff, and members of the public.
For further information visit the Naas Hospital website
The Café is open 7 days a week, 8am-9pm, and is located on Level Two on the right as you come in the main entrance.
The shop is located on Level Two. Shop opening hours are 9am to 9pm, 7days.
Clergy of all denominations are welcome to visit patients. The hospital chaplins are on call to minister to the sick and their families. Details of religious services and counselling support services are available from the Ward Manager. Our Oratory is located directly after the Radiology Department on Level 2.
Under Health Act legislation the hospital raises charges for attendance at the Emergency Department; inpatient admissions; day procedures and road traffic accidents. Charges and exemptions are given on the Hospital Guide to Patient Charges Leaflet.
If you are a medical card holder or have private medical insurance (such as VHI, Irish Life Health, Laya Healthcare, Garda Medical Aid, Prison Officers Medical Aid, ESB) please bring all relevant information with you when attending the hospital.
The hospital operates a Health Insurance Direct payment scheme. Forms must be completed prior to discharge in order to have accounts submitted directly to the Insurance Companies.
All our hospitals are smoke-free campuses. Smoking is not allowed throughout the hospital and the hospital grounds.
Supports available to give up smoking
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