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University Hospital Limerick

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St Nessan's Road, Dooradoyle, Limerick V94 F858


Phone: 061 301111

Parking

There are 3 car parks on the hospital campus. The cost for parking is €2 per hour for the first 2 hours and €1 an hour after that. The maximum parking charge for 24 hours is €10. The ticket machines accept cash only.There are ATM machines in the Bank branch across the road from the hospital and the service station next to the hospital.

Visiting hours

Due to COVID-19, visiting is not permitted at this time. Exceptions to our visiting restrictions are parents visiting children and people visiting patients at end of life. Only one visitor is allowed per patient. Children are not allowed to visit the hospital.

Cafés

There are 2 cafés in the hospital. The main reception and general admissions cafe opening hours are 8am to 8pm, Monday to Saturday and 9am to 8pm, Sunday and bank holidays. There is also a coffee shop in the emergency department which is open 8am to 10pm.

Vending machines

Vending Machines are located throughout the hospital.

Transport

From Colbert train / bus station, walk to Hyde Rd (Opp Post Office). Bus 301 departs every 15 mins. Bus route numbers 301 and 304 stop outside the hospital. There is a bus stop outside the main gate of UHL. Taxis are available at the station and our reception staff can call a taxi for people.

Shop

The shop is beside main reception. Opening Hours are Monday to Saturday from 7am to 8pm. Sunday and bank holidays from 9am to 8pm.

Pharmacy

The Hospital Pharmacy is located on the second floor of the hospital. The pharmacy is for in-patients only.

ATM machines

There are ATM machines in the Bank Of Ireland across the road from the hospital and the service station next to the hospital. Cashback is available from the shops on the hospital campus.

WiFi

Free WiFi is available on the ‘Eirguest’ network.

Chapel

The hospital chapel is on the ground floor at the end of St Laurence’s ward. It is open 24 hours a day. There is mass every day at 11am and available on TV in rooms.. The pastoral care team can be contacted on 061 482192 or 061 485266 or through the wards or main reception.

PALS

The Patient Advocacy Liaison Service (PALS) volunteers help patients and visitors in University Hospital Limerick, Nenagh Hospital and Ennis Hospital. PALS volunteers welcome patients and visitors and help them find their way around our hospitals. They serve in a variety of roles; way-finders, patient companions, information guides. Volunteers also help with any general queries people may have. This could be arranging a taxi or how to give feedback on their hospital experience. They are dressed in red with an embroidered yellow logo. Contact Details Patient Advocacy Liaison Services University Hospital Limerick Dooradoyle Limerick Niamh Hogan, PALS Manager Tel: 061 485259 Email: niamh.hogan@hse.ie

Payment information

You can pay your bill over the phone with your credit or debit card. Our Patient Accounts Office is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 1pm and from 2pm to 4.30pm Call 061 482140 or 061 482155 For bank transfers, please speak to one of our cashiers 061 482140 or 061 482155 or 061 482725.

Visiting Guidelines

  • Do not visit a patient if you have been sick recently
  • Visiting restrictions may have to be put in place from time to time
  • Please use hand hygiene gel when you enter and leave the hospital. Clean hands save lives.
  • Children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times.
  • We have a no flowers policy at University of Limerick Hospitals Group. This is for health and safety reasons.

Smoke-free campus

All our hospitals are smoke-free campuses. Smoking is not allowed throughout the hospital and the hospital grounds. Supports available to give up smoking

Feedback

Your feedback is important to us. It helps us to improve our services. Please let us know about your experience. How you can make a comment,compliment or complaint

Freedom of Information

You can access your records and amend personal information under the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act. More information on making a request under FOI are available on the HSE website

Useful links

HSE Data Protection

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