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Letterkenny University Hospital

Letterkenny University Hospital is an acute general and maternity hospital delivering a patient-centred, quality-driven focused service and a wide range of diagnostic and support services. LGH is a teaching hospital with links to the National University of Ireland Galway, the Royal College of Surgeons and the Letterkenny Institute of Technology. Undergraduate Nurse, Midwifery, and AHP training and clinical placements are also provided at the hospital along with post graduate Medical and Nursing education.

Main Phone Number: +353 (0)74 9125888

Maternity Unit

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Read Mór: Arts Council gift 880 books to patients in Letterkenny University Hospital for Culture Night

Read Mór: Arts Council gift 880 books to patients in Letterkenny University Hospital for Culture Night
Patients in selected hospitals across the country have been gifted a free book on Culture Night / Oíche Chultúir 2023 by the Arts Council

Letterkenny University Hospital is extremely busy today

The Emergency Department (ED) at Letterkenny University Hospital (LUH) has been extremely busy over the past few days and the hospital is advising that patients who attend ED for routine and non-urgent treatment will experience very long waiting times. 181 people attended the ED yesterday, Monday 18 September, resulting in 34 patient admissions.

‘Getting to know what matters to me’ communications passport launched in Donegal

Letterkenny University Hospital and Community Healthcare Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim, Monaghan, Sligo are pleased to present the new ‘Getting to know what matters to me’ communication passport for people living with dementia.

World Patient Safety Day marked at Letterkenny University Hospital

World Patient Safety Day on 17 September is an opportunity to elevate the voice of patients and raise awareness of patient safety globally. To mark the event, the Quality and Patient Safety team in Letterkenny University Hospital have developed an important initiative to help patients become active partners in their own healthcare.

Family urge greater vigilance for silent killer Sepsis

As World Sepsis Day approaches a Donegal family is urging the public to know the signs of sepsis. 

Moninne Bradley, from Killygordon in Co Donegal, was left fighting for her life last year as the result of the rapid spread of sepsis.

Had it not been for the quick actions of her sister, Nurse Orla Noonan, she would not have survived.


Letterkenny University Hospital Map

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