Work commences on new National Maternity Hospital

It was a pleasure to welcome Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly to St Vincent’s University Hospital for a visit to the new National Maternity Hospital in Elm Park, Dublin.

Clancy are delighted to have been appointed for the advance works which will consist of four distinct projects that will allow existing departments and services to decant and clear the site in advance of the construction of the proposed new state-of-the-art 50,000m2 maternity hospital.

The NMH when complete will comprise a seven-storey building that will include 244 beds, five theatres, 24 birthing rooms, early-pregnancy foetal assessment and ultrasound facilities, and spaces to aid in near-patient education and professional development for healthcare professionals. The new NMH will replace the existing facility in Holles Street.

Speaking at the visit, Minister Donnelly said “I’m delighted to be here today, it’s important to be here to see work starting on the new National Maternity Hospital. It’s great to meet the Clancy team, great to see the work underway and thanks to everyone in Clancy for what you have done so far. Onwards and upwards, let’s get this hospital built,” he concluded.

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