General Information


Contact Information


Leopardstown Park Hospital

Foxrock

Dublin 18

Phone: (01)2955055

Fax: (01)2955957

Email: info@lph.ie


Telephone Contact Numbers


  • Enniskerry 01 216 0504
  • Kiltiernan 01 216 0544
  • Tibradden 01 216 0505
  • Kilgobbin 01 216 0502
  • Woodview 01 216 0546
  • Djouce 01 216 0532
  • Glencree 01 216 0556
  • Clevis 01 216 0500

Location & Getting There


The Hospital is well served with transport links with the Luas stop adjacent to the grounds and the M50 close by.



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Car Parking


There is ample car parking for visitors within the Hospital grounds. There is free parking for 2 hours and charges thereafter. If there is a requirement for visitors to stay longer than 2 hours, please contact reception and they will be able to assist. Visitors are requested not to obstruct free passage on the hospital roadways or occupy reserved spaces which may be required during an emergency or for those with disabilities. Please obey “No Parking” signs, yellow boxes etc. Cars are parked at owner’s own risk.


Visiting Times


Normal visiting is until 9.00p.m every day. There are protected mealtimes in place to ensure all patients and residents have time and dignity during meals. Visiting is not permitted during these times (detailed below) unless the visitor is providing assistance with the meal, which is very welcome. The hospital would prefer however if morning visiting could be kept to a minimum, as this is peak clinical care time. Children are very welcome to visit the hospital as long as they are adequately supervised at all times.

Protected Mealtime Details

Breakfast 8:00 - 9:15am

Lunch: 12:15 - 1:15

Dinner: 4:45 - 5:45


Coffee Dock


The Coffee Dock opens Wednesday and Saturday from 2.00.p.m. – 4.00p.m and can be a nice opportunity to socialise outside of the ward setting.


Library


The library is situated outside the Concert Hall. Volunteers provide a library service, which visits the wards every Monday afternoon. The library is open regularly for residents, patients and day centre clients. There are also supplementary book cases on some of the wards. There are computers available for use by residents, patients and clients, including facilities such as Skype. This works on a voucher system. Vouchers are available through reception.