Highfield opens new €30m day hospital for mental health patients

New facility will create an extra 12 places for patients and could lead to more satellite clinics

13th November, 2016
Stephen Eustace, chief executive of Highfield Healthcare Fergal Phillips

Highfield Healthcare, the north Dublin nursing home and psychiatric hospital, is opening a new day hospital for mental health patients.

The hospital, which invested €30 million in the development of its mental health service in 2012, will open the facility on Tuesday.

The new facility will be part of its Hampstead Clinic Services which currently has a 10-bed acute psychiatric unit for over-18s.

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