The National Maternity Hospital Gender Pay Gap Report 2023 can be downloaded here.
World Prematurity Day is a special day at The National Maternity Hospital. Marked around the world each year on the 17th of November, it aims to raise awareness of the challenges of preterm birth.
The National Maternity Hospital would like to welcome GP’s to our Annual GP Study Day on Saturday the 11th of November 2023.
The National Maternity Hospital will light up in pink and blue on the 15th of October as part of the Global Wave of Light to mark Baby Loss Awareness Week in remembrance of all babies who have died during pregnancy or after birth.
The National Maternity Hospital welcomes the announcement by Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly T.D, of Government approval to go to tender for the construction of the new National Maternity Hospital at St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Elm Park.
The National Maternity Hospital Gender Pay Gap Report 2022 can be downloaded here.
The winner of the National Office of Clinical Audit (NOCA) Quality Improvement Award 2023 is The National Maternity Hospital with "Sips Til' Section"! Dr Nikki Higgins, Consultant Anaesthesiologist and the Anaesthetic Team won first prize at the NOCA Awards 2023 for 'Sips till Section'. This initiative has already been put in place for women booked for planned Caesarean Section.
Cervical Cancer Prevention Week - 23rd January
Registered Advanced Midwife Practitioner (RAMP) Service improves access to care for Women with Gestational Diabetes at National Maternity Hospital (NMH)
The National Maternity Hospital (NMH) will light up in pink and blue as part of the International Wave of Light on Friday the 14th of October to remember all the babies who have died during pregnancy or after birth.
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Today (5th May 2022) The National Maternity Hospital joins the HSE National Women and Infants Health Programme, together with the Office of the Nursing and Midwifery Services to celebrate the work undertaken by midwives and asks people thinking about a future career to consider becoming a midwife.
To mark #lnternationalWomensDay, we asked a few of our staff who have been here from a few months to 43 years, what #IWD2022 means to them. The NMH has long been a centre of excellence and is leading the way in Ireland in terms of Women’s & Maternal Health.
To mark #lnternationalWomensDay, NMH trailblazers Prof Fionnuala McAuliffe, Prof Mary Higgins & Dr Anna Curley spoke with The Irish Times about the importance – and joy – of their research in our busy maternity hospital.
Twelve en-suite rooms, a hydrotherapy pool and a dedicated bereavement room, replaces its previous unit. The newly extended and refurbished unit will benefit thousands of patients every year until the hospital’s move to Elm Park.
The National Maternity Hospital, Ireland’s centre of excellence for maternal and women’s health, today officially opened its doors to a fully-refurbished Labour & Birthing Unit in honour of International Women’s Day. Five additional en-suite rooms have been added, as well as en-suites added to five pre-existing rooms, bringing the total number of rooms in the unit to fourteen, twelve of which have an en-suite. A dedicated bereavement suite and hydrotherapy pool as well as a state-of-the-art specialised room to care for immunocompromised patients have also been added to the unit.