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The Rotunda Hospital
Ireland's leading voluntary provider of maternity, neonatal and gynaecology care. Delivering safe, innovative and responsive services to women over 270 years.
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HRB Mother&Baby CTNI May 27
and was a roller-coaster of challenges for Ranae during her first pregnancy. Finding it difficult to stick to a ‘one size fits all’ regime, she found she had to advocate for herself, which made her second pregnancy a whole lot easier. Read Ranae 2nd part 👇
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 29
Replying to @RotundaHospital
Unfortunately, we are not a stage yet where we can allow partners to antenatal appointments or scans, as of yet. We will continue to review these restrictions as the COVID-19 pandemic progresses. You can visit to find out more info.
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 29
Replying to @RotundaHospital
No children will be permitted for the time being, but we will review this in a couple of weeks, depending on virus levels in the community. We will continue to allow a nominated companion for women giving birth.
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 29
Replying to @RotundaHospital
We're asking these nominated companions to observe strict hand hygiene, and we strongly recommend wearing masks or face coverings. And of course, please don't visit if you have signs of symptoms of COVID-19.
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 29
Replying to @RotundaHospital
However, to make sure we're keeping everyone safe, we will still have some restrictions. Each patient will be allowed one named, nominated companion to join them on the inpatient wards, daily, from 17.00 - 19.00hrs (5pm – 7pm).
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 29
We are delighted to let everyone know that we will be starting to let partners back in to the inpatient wards from Monday 29th June. This includes the postnatal ward, prenatal ward, and gynae inpatients.
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 27
We’re collecting important information on the impact of in and . We’d love to hear about your experiences. Complete our European-wide survey here:
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The Rotunda Foundation Jun 26
Christopher was born at 25 weeks and spent 102 days in the care of the . Thankfully, he is now safe and home with mum and dad.
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 25
Delighted to have Tom Brabazon in with us yesterday to relay his thanks to our staff for their dedication and hard work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 25
Have you been or in the last 3 months? If so, we need your help. Complete our survey on the impact of here -
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Afif EL Khuffash Jun 23
Supporting the foundation, from the Dublin Gazette One of our superheroes
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 20
Replying to @JenniferWrynne
The last few months have been really hard on Rotunda dads. For all of you who've been anxiously waiting on Parnell Square, or watching videos of scans, or facetiming to the postnatal ward - we want to let you know we're thinking of you this Father's Day. 📸: (2/2)
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 20
Today we wish all dads a very happy Father’s Day (1/2)
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Fiona M Hanrahan Jun 19
Today we say a socially distanced goodbye to our lovely Ger, retiring after 11yrs working in midwifery admin. A great friend and colleague to all staff here. A happy/sad day
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 19
Replying to @RotundaHospital
Thank you to all our Rotunda families who have worked with us so far to keep each other safe.
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 19
Replying to @RotundaHospital
This means that partners won't be able to attend appointments or scans, or visit postnatally just yet, but it is our intent to keep you informed that if guidelines or advice changes we would hope to allow full visiting. We are constantly reviewing the situation.
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 19
Replying to @RotundaHospital
We therefore need to maintain visiting restrictions which are in place for those areas in order to keep all safe.
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 19
Replying to @RotundaHospital
Unfortunately, the 'new normal' still requires us to maintain social distancing. In an aged infrastructure such as the Rotunda, this has proved to be more challenging - particularly in our waiting areas in the Outpatient Departments as well as Postnatal Wards.
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 19
Replying to @RotundaHospital
Due to service users and staff working collaboratively and supporting each other to minimise the risk of spreading COVID, we have been able to reduce our visiting restrictions in our NICU, allowing parents to spend longer with their babies.
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The Rotunda Hospital Jun 19
We've been getting quite a few messages lately about our visiting restrictions and when we think they might be changed or reduced. As the country eases out of lockdown, the Rotunda as a healthcare provider needs to be extra vigilant in order to protect patients and staff.
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