COVID-19

NO VISITING REQUIREMENT REMAINS IN PLACE

No visiting remains in place in Tallaght University Hospital.  In exceptional circumstances (such as end of life or critical care), visiting will be facilitated only by prior agreement with your loved ones Ward Manager.  Our front of house staff are notified daily of patients for whom visiting has been agreed.  No other visitors are allowed.

If you have any symptoms relating to the virus, including coughing, shortness of breath, breathing difficulties or a fever, please do not come to Tallaght University Hospital for an appointment, contact your GP a soon as possible.

All restrictions are reviewed regularly and altered accordingly in line with public health guidance.  Please continue to wash your hands regularly, maintain social distance, wear a face mask or a face covering when in public indoor spaces and look out for each other.  #TUHWorkingTogether.

Patient Care Packages 20.08.2020PATIENT CARE PACKAGE SERVICE  

Family and Friends of patients can drop off essential patient property such as clothes, toiletries and reading material for their loved at the Patient Care Package drop off point on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 2pm – 4pm. *Please do not drop items to this area outside of these opening times*

Please note that valuable or breakable items cannot be accepted as part of this process. The Hospital cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to any personal property at any time.

Items going out from the hospital, such as laundry, will be brought from each ward to the Patient Care Package Service Point on service operating days for collection by family members.

 

send love

Sending Love

Due to the current visiting restrictions in Tallaght University Hospital why not email a loved one a letter while they are a patient here in the hospital.

sendinglove@tuh.ie

Please include Patient’s full name, Ward Name and the first line of their address and we will deliver your letter to them.