• 24.10.2022

    A Tea Party for 10!

    In September, the Centre for Rehabilitation at NOHC celebrated its 10th Anniversary. Over the years, the Centre has helped over 3,000 patients to regain function and independence following an acute medical episode. Initially providing specialist rehabilitation medicine for patients of all ages, the Centre now specialises in caring for older adult patients transferred from nearby Connolly Hospital and the orthopaedic wards at NOHC.
  • 24.10.2022

    Congratulations to Dr Noel McCaffrey who recently received a United National Award

    Congratulations to Dr. Noel McCaffrey, a doctor in Sports & Exercise Medicine at NOHC who was deservedly named as one of the United Nations 2022 Healthy Ageing 50. He is one of a group of 50 individuals from around the world (and the only Irish man) recognised for their extraordinary achievements in making the world a better place in which to grow older. Dr McCaffrey is on a mission to improve our ageing populations' health and quality of life through exercise.
  • 06.07.2022

    Mr Connor Green talks to Jonathan McCrea, Newstalk about the future of surgery

    For most of us, our image of what goes on in an operating theatre comes from television and movies; we think scalpels, scrubs, facemasks, and beeping heart monitors, etc.
  • 30.05.2022

    An unprecented hat-trick for the Cappagh Residents Prize Winner Dr Eoghan Hurley

    Congratulations to Dr Eoghan Hurley, recipient of the Cappagh Residents Prize 2022. Dr Hurley's research paper was one of four shortlisted for this coveted award and he is the first person to receive this coveted prize on three separate occasions.