Nazareth House Fahan

Nazareth House Fahan Website

Nazareth House Fahan
Co. Donegal

Contact: Wilma Hezil D'Suza

Tel No: 00353 (0) 74 9360113
Email: [email protected]
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HIQA Reports

Nazareth House is a single-storey building which was built as a nursing home in 1981.

It is owned and operated by the Sisters of Nazareth Religious Congregation.

The centre is registered to provide care for 48 male and female residents who have long-term palliative or convalescent care needs. Respite care is also provided.

It is situated in well off the main road and has its own spacious grounds overlooking scenic lough Swilly.

Nazareth House is registered nursing home for older people with the HSE.

It has accommodation for 48 male/female residents, providing a residential care in a relaxed environment where the residents are nurtured, valued and respected as individuals and all their primary needs met.

There is a driveway from the main road to the centre through a well maintained large garden and lawn. There is outdoor seating and tables available for residents’ use.

The centre is wheelchair accessible and there is car parking for staff and visitors located at the front of the building.

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Residential Care Inspections

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