Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, Our Lady's Children’s Hospital and The Incorporated Orthopedic Hospital of Ireland are some hospitals in Ireland. Saint James's Hospital and Saint Vincent's Hospital are also hospitals in Ireland.
Temple Street Children’s University Hospital was established in 1872 as an acute pediatric hospital. The hospital has seven major areas of specialty including neurology and plastic surgery.
As of 2015, Our Lady's Children’s Hospital is Ireland’s largest pediatric hospital. The hospital opened in 1956. It specializes in various areas including cardiac diseases, childhood cancers, major burns and blood disorders. The hospital also trains medical personnel. The hospital features laboratory facilities for the research of the biological basis of childhood diseases.
The Incorporated Orthopedic Hospital of Ireland provides medical services and occupational therapy. The hospital’s X-ray department provides X-ray services for inpatients and outpatients. The hospital also offers social worker services. The hospital also assists patients who are seeking physiotherapy treatment.
Saint James's Hospital provides health treatment, preventative and health promotion services at national and regional levels. The organization is also an academic hospital that focuses on education and research.
Mother Mary Aikenhead founded Saint Vincent's Hospital in 1834. The organization provides academic and medical training for research scientists, medical students and speech therapists. In addition, it provides emergency services and medical care at national and regional levels. Saint Vincent's Hospital does not allow patients, visitors and staff to smoke in its buildings or on the grounds.