Patient Information - Bon Secours Hospital Dublin
We know that coming to a hospital can be a bit daunting and worrying. Our medical and support staff are highly trained and provide care on an individual basis in as caring, pleasant and comfortable environment as possible to encourage a speedy recovery and overall well-being.
In advance of your visit to us, your consultant /GP will have discussed with you and given you information about your procedure, investigation or test. They will also have explained any necessary preparation you must complete in advance of your visit to the hospital.
In addition, we have prepared a Patient Information leaflet and Checklist for Coming into hospital which will help you to prepare in advance of your visit to us. These leaflets are available here along with some additional information about when you are finished and ready to go home.
There are a couple of particular things to note about your visit:
- You will be advised of your admission time by your consultants secretary. It is important that you arrive in the hospital on time.
- Please bring all your medicines with you and do not put different medicines together in the same container. Ask your pharmacist for a print out of all your medicines or bring in a copy of your prescriptions.
- Please leave any valuables including money, jewellery or any other possessions you may consider valuable at home. If by accident you do come to the Hospital with such valuables, we would recommend that a member of your family or friend returns them to a place of safety or deposits them in the Hospital safe.
- Children under 12 years of age are not allowed to visit any patient care areas. They may visit the restaurant under supervision.
- We look forward to welcoming you to our Hospital. If you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01 806 5300
Our patient handbook is available to view or download here