Croom Hospital

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Croom Hospital is a public hospital located in Croom, County Limerick, Ireland. It is managed by the University of Limerick Hospitals Group.

History[edit | edit source]

Croom Hospital was established in the late 19th century. It was originally a workhouse before being converted into a hospital. The hospital has undergone several renovations and expansions over the years to accommodate the growing healthcare needs of the local population.

Services[edit | edit source]

Croom Hospital provides a range of healthcare services including orthopedics, rheumatology, and physiotherapy. The hospital is particularly renowned for its orthopedic services, which include joint replacement and spinal surgery. The rheumatology department provides treatment for a variety of conditions such as arthritis, lupus, and osteoporosis. The physiotherapy department offers rehabilitation services to patients recovering from surgery or injury.

Facilities[edit | edit source]

The hospital has a number of facilities to support its services. These include operating theatres, a radiology department, and a physiotherapy gym. The hospital also has a number of wards and private rooms for patient accommodation.

Staff[edit | edit source]

Croom Hospital employs a team of highly skilled and experienced healthcare professionals. This includes consultants, nurses, physiotherapists, and administrative staff. The staff are committed to providing high-quality care to all patients.

Future Developments[edit | edit source]

Plans for future developments at Croom Hospital include the construction of a new orthopedic outpatient department and the expansion of the rheumatology service.

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