Coronavirus (Covid-19) latest information
We are currently closed to visitors except for end of life/palliative reasons. As per recent government guidelines, please do not visit Nazareth Houses and facilities if you are coming directly from countries not on the government’s travel green list (and have not completed the mandatory restriction of movements for a 14 day period) as unfortunately you will not be allowed entry into the building.
At Nazareth House, the health, safety and wellbeing of our residents, staff, volunteers and visitors are of paramount importance to us. In line with government guidelines on easing visitor restrictions to residential care facilities, we are regularly updating our plans for all services and will keep families updated with any progress as to when you can visit your loved ones.
Please note we are unable to accommodate any unplanned visits. For further information please contact the relevant Nazareth House or service. Contact information can be found on each house page. We thank you for your understanding.
WELCOME TO OUR REGION
At our Nazareth Houses, we are committed to providing every resident with individual personalised care and attention in a safe, homely and warm environment. We welcome people from all faiths or none and will respect and support any of your spiritual needs.
Our care homes are unique, offering high standards of service and care, for both long term and short term residents.
The first Nazareth House was opened in Belfast in 1876
Sligo opened in 1910,
Mallow opened in 1929,
Donegal opened in 1941
and Dublin opened in 1970.
Each House is run by a House Manager, and they are contactable by email, telephone or you can visit the House directly. If you would like further information on any of our Houses, please use the below listings.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Cosaint - Safeguarding within the Irish Region
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