The Hospital Chapel is a focal point and is open to all. Our Chapel offers a sacred space of comfort, solace and healing to each and every person.
As a Hospital community we celebrate the Eucharist daily at 11.00am. and Holy Communion is distributed to all wards after Mass.
All services in the Chapel are relayed through our Television network – Channel 11.
During the day reflective music is also available on channel 11.
The Church of Ireland Chaplains administer Holy Communion on Sunday mornings and at other times on request.
The Methodist Chaplain administers Holy Communion on request.
Mass daily 11.00a.m.
Sacrament of the Sick is celebrated on the First Tuesday of the month during Mass at 11.00 am and is also available on request. Contact can be made through the ward with the Chaplain on duty through main Reception. Telephone 1600.
Sacrament of Reconciliation/Confession is available on request and daily after Mass.
The Hospital Restaurant is located on the Ground Floor adjacent to Reception and is open to patients, visitors and staff.
Restaurant opening hours are:
Monday to Friday 7.45am - 6.30pm
Saturday 9.30am - 3.30pm
Sun/Public Holidays 9.30am - 6.30pm
In addition, vending machines are located on the Ground Floor of the Hospital. Due to Health and Safety regulations, there are restrictions on certain foodstuffs that can be taken from the Restaurant.
The hospital shop is situated at the main entrance to the General Hospital. There is a daily shop trolley service to all departments supplying newspapers, toiletries, and sundries. Opening times are from 8.30am to 8.30pm seven days a week.
Flowers or potted plants are no longer allowed at the Hospital for Health and Safety and Infection Control purposes.
The Pharmacy department in Bon Secours Health System Cork is located adjacent to the rear entrance of the Hospital in Block 6.
The Pharmacy has a large dispensary and a chemotherapy Compounding Unit. All pharmacists are registered with the Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland. Our team comprises of Pharmacists, Technicians & Pharmacy Assistants who provide a pharmacy service to both patients & members of the public.
Contact Us 021 48016469:00
Monday - Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm
Saturday 2.00pm - 4.30pm
Sunday and Public Holidays Closed
Do not forget that if you are being admitted to the hospital, all drugs, alternative medicines, supplements and over the counter remedies that you might be taking at home before your admission must be brought into the hospital with you. These should be given to nursing staff on admission who will distribute them during the course of your stay. This will ensure brand continuity and also immediate availability of your prescribed medication. It also ensures that all medications taken whilst in hospital are accurately recorded into your patients’ chart.