FROM Thursday 22nd October Ireland is in Level 5 Lockdown.

In accordance with advice from Government guidelines and the HSE, the management of Marymount has put in place the following Protected Visiting Protocol to both protect the health and wellbeing of our patients, residents and staff and to facilitate visiting access for families and friends as much as we safely can.

Service for Older People 

As per Government Guidelines in relation to services for older people, we are currently unable to facilitate visitors to our service. Please get in touch with the relevant ward/nurse manager to find out other ways we can facilitate connections with your loved ones.

(For residents who appear to be imminently approaching end of life or in compassionate circumstances a more individual approach to visiting may be taken as determined by management and the senior nursing and medical team.)

Inpatient palliative care services

One person (designated next of kin), daily 3-6pm. Last access at 5pm. Please get in touch with the relevant ward/nurse manager to find out more about visiting requirements. 

Further information

If you have any questions on any element of the above please get in touch with the relevant ward/nurse manager.

In these unprecedented times we continuously strive to provide the best possible care whilst being ever mindful to keep our patients, their visitors and our staff safe. We acknowledge how important and valued visits are and we are constantly trying to strike a balance between safe practice and visiting access for families and friends.

We endeavor to share additional information and updates with you through our website as they develop.

We understand and appreciate how important it is to stay connected with loved ones at this time and we encourage virtual visits where possible through Skype, WhatsApp or phone.