Aras Mhuire Nursing Facility

Aras Mhuire Nursing Facility
Beechgrove
Drogheda
Co. Louth

Contact: Ann Nicholls

Tel No: 00353 (0) 41 9842222
Email: [email protected]

HIQA Reports:
http://www.hiqa.ie/social-care/find-a-centre/nursing-homes/aras-mhuire-nursing-facility

Aras Mhuire is owned and operated by the Medical Missionaries of Mary.
The centre is a single-storey building which opened in 1994 and provides long term, respite, palliative and convalescence care to residents primarily over 65 years of age.

The centre also provides care for people under 65 following a pre-admission assessment.
There are three spacious day rooms; one is used primarily by residents for a variety of recreational activities and events.

There is a visitors’ room which is used by residents to meet with visitors in private.

There is a driveway from the main road up through a well maintained garden and lawn.
There is also a courtyard and an additional secure, well maintained garden with seating available for residents’ use.
The centre is wheelchair-accessible and there is car parking for staff and visitors to the front, side and rear of the building.

Aras Mhuire is situated on the outskirts of Drogheda town in Co. Louth.
It is located next to Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital and in the convent grounds for the Medical Missionaries of Mary Congregation.

Information courtesy of HIQA reports and other sources.


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