• 29.04.2022

    There’s a real buzz at NOHC!

    We are introducing Irish native honeybees “Apis Melifera Melifera” to the NOHC Campus in a project led by the NOHC Green Energy Committee. IT expert and part-time beekeeper Owen is preparing for our new tenants, and fences are being erected for safety.
  • 29.04.2022

    Good business choices can have far-reaching benefits

    At NOHC, our Hygiene Services Team works hard to keep our Hospital pristine, and patients often remark on how friendly they are. And now we have another reason to be proud of them.
  • 01.04.2022

    Pioneering hand surgery

    Pioneering hand surgery: ‘If I wanted to shake hands with you before, I couldn’t open them. I’d be offering you a claw’ (Regina Lavelle, Irish Independent, March 14, 2022) Former professional referee John Purcell inherited a family gene which resulted in him not being able to straighten his hands. But a chance encounter with a consultant 70 years later led him to undertake pioneering surgery to fix his condition.
  • 11.03.2022

    Minister Rabbitte opens new CT Scanning Suite at the National Orthopaedic Hospital Cappagh

    After a five-year fundraising campaign, we are delighted to announce that the National Orthopaedic Hospital Cappagh (NOHC) has launched the first dedicated orthopaedic CT scanner in a public hospital in Ireland. The new CT Scanning Suite, which is part of the Orthopaedic and Sports Imaging Centre (OSIC), was officially opened by Minister Anne Rabbitte earlier today. The Suite is dedicated to the extraordinary contributions of Mr Brian Hurson, Orthopaedic Surgeon and Ms Margaret Cavanagh,  Clinical Nurse Manager (Oncology). The intimate ceremony was attended by a small gathering of active and retired staff and guests.