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90 ‘single-occupancy’ room facility to be operated by country’s leading provider, Mowlam Healthcare

Healthcare provision for elderly in North West Dublin has been boosted by the official opening today of Ireland’s newest nursing home by Catherine Byrne, Minister of State at the Department of Health

Clearbrook Nursing Home, which has been developed at a cost of €10m, is the latest addition to healthcare infrastructure in the Finglas area. It will provide expert care for 90 residents, each with their own en-suite bedrooms and employ 110 people at full occupancy.

Developed by James Barry of Greenmast Ltd and located in the Heathfield area of Finglas, opposite Cappagh National Orthopedic Hospital, Clearbrook Nursing Home will be operated by one of the country’s largest and leading providers of elderly care, Mowlam Healthcare.

Mowlam currently operates 29 locations around the country, including Mount Carmel short stay beds Hospital in Churchtown, Dublin, and Ballincollig Community Nursing Unit, Co. Cork on behalf of the HSE. The name of the nursing home is taken from the original meaning of Finglas, which is Irish for clear stream/brook.

Officially opening the new facility, Catherine Byrne Minister of State in the Department of Health said:

“We are determined as a government to ensure that elderly people live in dignity and independence, whether in their own homes, communities or where necessary in high quality long-term residential care such as this new facility I am happy to open today. Our objective is to see high quality service, delivered to those who require it, in the most appropriate setting and I have every confidence, not least given the track record of Mowlam Healthcare, that these objectives will be met here.”

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(l-r) Joe Hanrahan, Head of Business Development, Mowlam Healthcare; David Wallace, Director of Nursing Clearbrook Nursing Home, Olive Barry; Catherine Byrne, Minister of State at the Department of Health; James Barry, Greenmast; Orla Scuffil, Healthcare Manager Mowlam Healthcare; Sue Shortt, Director of Clinical Care, Mowlam Healthcare; Pat Shanahan, Executive Chairman Mowlam Healthcare

Said Mowlam Healthcare Executive Chairman Pat Shanahan:

“Today is a significant day for us as we formally unveil our latest facility. We have been operating nursing homes for almost two decades now and will bring all the experience and expertise we have learned across our operations here at Clearbrook. No expense has been spared by the developers of this home in providing the best standards possible in terms of the building and fit-out. We, in turn, will now deliver compassionate, professional, person-centred care to ensure this new facility becomes a home-from-home for residents.”

Said James Barry of developers Greenmast Ltd:

“We have a really excellent mix here at Clearbrook. We identified a need in the Finglas area of Dublin for a new, state-of-the-art nursing home facility and wanted to bring on board excellent care providers, and Mowlam is a national leader in that regard. Ultimately, nursing home care is about quality facilities and compassionate, expert care and we know the residents at Clearbrook will get all of that.”

 

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Photo top left: Catherine Byrne, Sarah Heartland, granddaughter from Glasnevin and resident Ayleen Stacey, grandmother from Blackrock (Image: Maxwell Photography)

Photo top right: Catherine Byrne and resident John Brett at the opening of Clearbrook nursing home (Image: Maxwell Photography)