As a result of the recent cyberattack on HSE IT systems, our hospital staff have been unable to process birth registration electronically and an alternative paper format is not sufficient for The Civil Registration Office (CRO) in Dublin.
The HSE IT systems have been subject to a cyber-attack. Despite this, we have continued to provide a full clinical service to our patients.
Can you help us please? To help us improve the Patient Experience in our Hospital and Parent experience in the NICU, can you take 10 minutes please to complete either of our surveys?
7th May, 2021 - Teresa McCreery is honoured for her work as Community Midwife Manager -
Dublin, Ireland, 7 May 2021, The National Maternity Hospital (NMH) has paper written by Dr Orla Sheil and Professor Fionnuala McAuliffe published in Best Practice & Research Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology Journal, which catalogues the ways in which the hospital responded to the challenges posed to its obstetric services during the 2020 SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.
A study evaluating The Poppy Clinic, a Postnatal Morbidity Service at the National Maternity Hospital has been published. Key recommendations from the study show the need for clinics of its kind to be expanded nationwide.
Celebrating babies born in 2020 at The NMH
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New service from The National Maternity Hospital eliminates the need for gestational diabetes patients to come to the hospital during COVID19 and beyond.