Cork University Hospital
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Corcaigh Wilton Co. Corcaigh, Ireland
+353 21 492
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Gerry Fagin
3 months ago
I’ve been treated by nurses and other staff here and I genuinely wonder if they belong to the human race. The vileness and abusiveness dished out by these people was, to say the very least, completely out of this world. I could tell by some of the nurses here that they didn’t have the mental facilities to feel empathy or guilt – or to have passed medical exams on their own merits. They were little more than psychopaths and had no compunction in coercing a badly injured person into leaving the hospital. As if to prove that vileness and coarseness were a part of their culture, and condoned by the hospital’s hierarchy, a doctor (Dr Chris Luke) also showed himself to have a thuggish mindset. Complaints about the staff’s illegal and disgusting conduct were met with sneers and ridicule by members of the hospitals Risk Management Unit. Until I experienced the despicable persons that pass for nurses here I’d never have believed that such Faustian people could be found working in a European hospital.
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Andre Durao
a year ago
One of the worst experiences of my life! Pray your gods that you never get sick enough to need a hospital while living in Ireland. And if you are sent to an hospital, bring entertainment, food, the kettle, etc. as you will be there a while. Unless you have a busted head or can't breathe. You'll get through quick then. If you are unfortunate to have a 'minor' problem in a bad day, you will easily spend half a day in there just to be seen by a doctor. We spent 5 hours waiting yesterday, at which time we gave up. A very nice nurse, very understanding and helpful, told me we would probably still be at the hospital by the time we normally wake up to go to work. That would have been another 5-6 hours on top of the previous 5. This is insane. I have never seen this anywhere else. I have lived in 4 countries. Old people in the waiting room crying of either pain or despair/frustration. It was sad to see. Receptionist completely indifferent. Just another day. Talking to Irish friends, all I heard is "welcome to Ireland". It's just how it is. People avoid going to hospitals for this and other problems. It's really sad.
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Gerald Colan-O'Leary
2 years ago
What fantastic staff in the Childrens' ward and A&E. They looked after my son so well, nothing was trouble to them. His treatment was world class. Thank you all so much.
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Tina Hayes connery
6 months ago
Very good
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Helen Crowley
a year ago
Couldn't ask for a better Hospital 🏥 or Better Nurses Doctors , actually all the staff are wonderful, I have had the misfortune of having to be hospitalised on a few occasions one of which. I was very seriously ill and wud not have made it if it wasnt for such excellent staff,now I go there 3 days a week and I just can't think. Of enough words to praise the nurses and porters and Doctors and all other staff, Thank you all. 💝
edward holloway
a year ago
i recently was admitted via A/E with chest pains . althought i had to wait to see a doctor for 7 hours the stsaff epecially caroline was so attentive..finall saw very nice femle indian doctor who was extremely nice nd professinal and smiling een after working so many hours...i was transferred to the medical assemmnt unit and had to have a cat scan...the docor i was under i do not remember his name shameully but we had met before when he performed a colonoscopy on me, he was so lovely efficient and ery calming, also ann marie the other doctor she was great...could not fault anything and especially siobhan the nurse looking after me not forgetting the lovely porter owen and staff in cat scan unit.....please convey my sincere grtitude to all the relevant members of staff...yes the wait was long butit was busy night and thank god i was not in danger. again my sincere thanks barbara holloway wits end ardcross court crosshaven dob 27/07/1948 ID 398557
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Steven Cronin
4 months ago
Salma Eshaji
a year ago
Was in mid September, such good staff & people in the CUMH!