• 29.04.2024

    The National Inpatient Experience Survey begins on the 1st May 2024

    The National Inpatient Experience Survey gets underway on May 1st 2024. All patients aged 16 years and over, discharged during the month of May, who spend 24 hours or more in a public acute hospital and have a postal address in the Republic of Ireland will be asked to complete the survey.
  • 03.04.2024


    We are delighted to announce the Cappagh Foundation Day 2024 will take place on Friday, 10th May 2024.  This year's theme is 'Metastatic Bone Disease (MBD), A Growing Challenge for Orthopaedics', and we look forward to welcoming guest speakers from the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) NHS Trust, Stanmore, London, Mr Rob Pollock, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and Dr Rachel Baumber, Consultant Anaesthetist and esteemed colleagues from University College Hospital Waterford, and St Vincent's University Hospital Dublin.
  • 31.01.2024

    Leo Halpin – The incredible man at the heart of the Oldtown Community

    On Friday, 26th January 2024, my colleagues from the Cappagh Hospital Foundation (CHF) and I had the pleasure of visiting the Oldtown House in the charming village of Oldtown, Co Dublin. We were there to receive a cheque for a substantial sum of €22,500 fundraised by the Leo Halpin & Supporters Great Cappagh Walk. We also received the warmest welcome from this beautiful community.
  • 06.12.2023

    The Women’s National Football Team meet Boney Maloney!

    On 27th November 2023, Cappagh Hospital Foundation (CHF) welcomed the Women's National Football Team to the National Orthopaedic Hospital Cappagh (NOHC). for the launch of the CHF's Boney Maloney Christmas Appeal. These impressive ladies posed for photos with fans, patients and staff, leaving a lasting impression on everyone they encountered. We are grateful for their support and for helping us to promote the needs of the Hospital.