Hospitals in Cork

It is located in Wilton, Cork in Ireland and is known as Ospideal na hOllscoile Corcaigh. University Hospital Cork is the academic partner of this institute. The level one trauma repair centre is the only one of its kind in Ireland. The centre is managed by the South/Southwest Hospital Group.

Throughout its history
On November 19, 1978, it was announced that Cork Regional Hospital would begin operations. New healthcare facilities opened in December 2009 include the Regional Cancer Centre, which was built at a cost of €85 million, and the Cardiac Renal Centre, which opened in October 2010.

Provision of services
There are over 800 beds available in the hospital. CUH FM is a local radio station that covers the entire hospital with its live broadcasts. There is also the option of admitting patients by helicopter: Currently, helicopters land at a specially designed helipad connected to the Bishopstown G.A.A. facility and the Highfield R.F.C. facility near the hospital. A new 1.5 million helipad was promised to the hospital on April 6, 2011, after discussions with hospital management. The helipad project was approved by the City Council in November 2018 after a lengthy site selection process.

A number of Bus Éireann bus routes take you to Ulster University Hospital, including routes 201 and 208 from Mayfield, 214 from St Patrick's Street, 216 from Monkstown via Douglas and 219 from Mahon. In addition, several regional bus routes serve the hospital, including routes 232, 236, 237 and 239 (from West Cork) and routes 234, 236 and 239 (from Ballincollig). Beginning in spring 2020, the hospital will also be served by West Cork Connect on its route from West Cork to West Cork.

Among other places in Cork are churches and restaurants Cork.
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