RHD provides hospital care for people requiring rehabilitation, complex residential care, respite, and day hospital services. The service provided is characterised by a multidisciplinary team approach with medical, nursing and allied health professionals working together in a collaborative and dynamic way to meet the complex needs of people with chronic illness, physical and neuro disability.
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The SPARC service provides a consultant geriatrician-led, multidisciplinary rehabilitation programme for patients who are medically stable and fit for discharge from acute care but require a further period of multidisciplinary inpatient care. More

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The General Rehabilitation unit is a consultant geriatrician-led rehabilitation service for frail older adults (over 65 years of age) with complex needs requiring a long period of rehabilitation. More

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A specialist stroke consultant-led multidisciplinary team provides rehabilitation services for stroke patients. This specialised unit focuses on improvement of mobility, cognition and communication. More

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The Neurorehabilitation service provides rehabilitation programmes facilitating adults (under-65 years of age) with varying degrees of disability to return to their communities. More

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Respite care provides a break for carers from the day-to-day responsibilities of caring for their loved ones. It allows carers time to focus on their own personal health and well being. More

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A consultant geriatrician-led, multidisciplinary team provides an essential community service that enables people to stay safely in their own homes while undergoing rehabilitation programmes with the ultimate aim of reducing acute hospital admissions. More

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The hospital provides continuing care for residents with highly complex medical and nursing needs through support from the multidisciplinary team. More

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The RHD is a designated university teaching hospital for the University College Dublin (UCD) Medical School facilitating the “Medicine in the Community” module of the UCD undergraduate programme in medicine. More

This is a useful appraisal of the complex relationship between bodyweight and Covid-associated complications.

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/907966/PHE_insight_Excess_weight_and_COVID-19__FINAL.pdf

A great line up for our OPDIG meeting on Tuesday 17th November with a focus on catering. Any catering departments who would like to join please message us and we can send you the link to join the meeting. @trust_indi @emerging_indi

2019 was an exciting year for the @RoyalDonnybrook Hip Fracture Pathway. See below our 2019 Rehab Report Infographic📊Thanks to all the various MDTs involved! @CaitrionaTiern2 @lilycogan @gusha_nomsa @SynnottEoin @lainers_ @AimeeHarte #RHDDietetics @marywalsh14 @5x4x3x #IHFD2020 https://twitter.com/lilycogan/status/1326129998466527233

2019 was an exciting year for the @RoyalDonnybrook Hip Fracture Pathway. See below our 2019 Rehab Report Infographic📊Thanks to all the various MDTs involved! @CaitrionaTiern2 @lilycogan @gusha_nomsa @SynnottEoin @lainers_ @AimeeHarte #RHDDietetics @marywalsh14 @5x4x3x #IHFD2020 https://t.co/JML1p9gnoE
lilycogan@lilycogan

For the day that’s in it! #IHFD ⁦@RoyalDonnybrook⁩
2019 Hip Fracture Rehabilitation Audit Infographic

Produced by ⁦@edelmcdaid⁩ ⁦@noca_irl⁩

Soooo excited for the postman to deliver the first copy of our new book! The Anti-Cancer Cookbook based on the ⁦@wcrfint⁩ ⁦@WCRF_UK⁩ #cancerprevention guidelines. Text & 120 healthy recipes to help lower cancer risk. All royalties go to ⁦@BreakthroCancer⁩

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2019 Rehabilitation Services Home Discharge Statistics

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