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UL Hospitals Group

UL Hospitals Group is made up of 6 hospital sites in the Midwest; University Hospital Limerick, University Maternity Hospital Limerick, Ennis Hospital, Nenagh Hospital, Croom Orthopaedic Hospital and St. John's Hospital Limerick.

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Careers at UL Hospitals

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About UL Hospitals Group

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UL Hospitals Quality and Patient Safety

Information on how the quality and patient safety team are working to reduce risks and improve patient experiences in our hospitals.

UL Hospitals Infection, Prevention and Control

Find out what measures are put in place to control and prevent infections in our hospitals

Information for staff

Professional development information, employee resources and supports for UL Hospitals staff

News and blogs

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News - 20 February 2024

Staff in the Children’s Ark at University Hospital Limerick are promoting a culture of inclusivity by wearing the HSE Rainbow Badge.

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News - 6 February 2024

 As University Hospital Limerick continues to experience very high levels of activity, members of the public are being asked to consider all available care options before presenting to the Emergency Department (ED).

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News - 31 January 2024

At a time of high demand for emergency care in the Midwest, the three Injury Units at Ennis, Nenagh, and St John’s Hospital, are providing a fast, efficient, and high-quality service for thousands of people every year who need timely treatment for minor injuries.