A little kindness can go a long way.
Former Minister Mary O’Rourke, Hotelier Francis Brennan and John Dennehy, Executive Director
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Cappagh Hospital Foundation raises funds to provide the highest quality patient care, improve patient mobility and advance the science of orthopaedic surgery through research, education and development.
Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital opens new 12 Bed Post Anaesthetic Care Unit
A new (€1.9million) 12 bed Post Anaesthetic Care Unit (PACU) at Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital, in Dublin, was officially opened Thursday the 15th September 2016 by Minister for Health, Mr Simon Harris, T.D.
Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hos...
Clonee teen springs back to health
Clonee teen springs back to health...
Name: Margaret Cavanagh
Position: Clinical Nurse Specialist Bone Tumour Liaison
Location: Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital
Margaret Cavanagh gives us her perspective on life at Cappagh Hospital
When I started doing this there was no such...
Follow the Leader
In this issue we meet Professor Michael Stephens to discuss his long and distinguished career, involvement with Cappagh Hospital and how his Foot and Ankle Fellowship has helped shape a new generation of orthopaedic surgeons.
You’ve had a long a...
Erin Power chats about life, her experience at Cappagh and the famous Toy Parade
Erin Power is a pretty, bright eight-year-old. She was born with bilateral upper limb deficiency, missing both arms, and has undergone a number of surgical procedures...
Live for Today, Hope for Tomorrow
In April 2011, Debbie Lucey woke in the middle of the night with a pain in her upper left arm. When the pain didn’t respond to physiotherapy further investigation uncovered a tumour; a stressful diagnosis that would take the young mother on an extr...
Annette White, Radiologist, Cappagh Hospital explains the benefits of the 3T MRI to Cappagh Patients
“The new 3T scanner greatly improves the patient’s MRI experience. The increased magnet or scanner strength allows for very fast scan times,...
Professor Steve Eustace, Consultant Radiologist, Cappagh Hospital
Why was it important for Cappagh to acquire the 3 Tesla MRI scanner?
Basically, the Cappagh Hospital Foundation installed the first MRI 1.5T Tesla Scanner in 2001 and this had a ...
Excellence in Diagnostics
At Cappagh, we work hard to ensure that we deliver the highest standard of patient care and part of achieving this is having the best equipment at the disposal of our medical team. The recent introduction of the 3 Tesla (3T) MRI scanner was a hug...