A warm welcome awaits you at Foxrock Nursing Home.
Foxrock Nursing Home is a 41 bed nursing home set in a magnificent Grade II listed Georgian building. It is located in a quiet residential area at Cairn Hill, Westminster Road, Foxrock, Dublin 18 and is easily accessible to both the N11 and M50.
*All of Trinity Care’s homes are registered as partaking in the Fair Deal Scheme.
We have a strict admissions policy in place including all admissions being tested for Covid19 before entering the Nursing Home. For further information please contact the Director of Nursing on 01 2896885.
The mission of the management and staff at Foxrock Nursing Home is to meet the needs of our Residents by providing them with the highest level of person centred care and service.
In a homely atmosphere, Foxrock Nursing Home provides high quality individualised care, along with courteous, understanding, and friendly attention enabling our Residents to enjoy a high quality of life.
At Foxrock Nursing Home we offer long-term residential nursing care, dementia care, convalescence, and respite short stay. Our vibrant community brings an enjoyable and caring atmosphere to the next phase of life. All our Residents have the right to privacy and are treated with the utmost respect and dignity. This total caring concept is planned in such a way as to encompass the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of our Residents at all times. Our aim is to make Foxrcok Nurisng Home your home with the added support of the care we offer.
Our commitment to continuous improvement means our Residents benefit from an ongoing quality programme, one that is person centred and quality of life driven.
You are more than welcome to visit Foxrock Nursing Home and meet our team. Please contact the Director of Nursing Anna Paterson in order to arrange a tour.
Foxrock Nursing Home provides 24 hour care and accommodation, located in quiet residential area offering the perfect environment for relaxed and comfortable living. Foxrock Nursing Home provides residential nursing care for both men and women over the age of 18 years whose dependency level requires care from minimal support and assistance to total nursing care.
We provide our Residents with continuous opportunities for social interaction, recreation and enhanced quality of life through specifically designed events and activities programmes. We have a full-time Physiotherpist and Activities Therapist on our staff.
Anna Noone R.G.N. is the Director of Nursing at Foxrock Nursing. Anna has been a nurse for over 25 years and has specialised in care of the elderly for the last 15 years. Anna has been Director of Nursing of Foxrock Nursing Home since 2009 . Together with her team of more than 45 staff, Anna is dedicated to Trinity Care’s mission of ‘meeting the needs of our residents by providing them with the highest level of person centered care and service. Anna ensures that Foxrock Nursing Home and its residents and staff play an integral part in the local community.
Anna is supported by a very experienced team of Nurse and Care Staff who have been with the home for many years. Our Clincial Nurse Manager (CNM) is Alaine Ceno.
Anna has recently been the Winner of the Nursing Home Director of Nursing / Person in Charge Award at the NHI Care Awards 2019. Congratulations to Anna.
There is so much concern and worry around nursing homes at the moment, we came across this story in the Irish Times on Wed, 29th April 2020, and thought to share with you as it offers a special insight into one person's experience.
The story details the difficulties and concerns of an only child, Fidelma Kelly, looking after her two elderly parents and the positive influence the Foxrock nursing home has had on all their lives.
As Fidelma tells in her own words
"When I look at my two 93-year-old parents now - cared for in a small private nursing home in Foxrock - I thank my lucky stars they are there during this Covid-19 emergency.
We are bombarded with negative stories in the media about nursing home care these days, but I feel it is important to highlight how efficient and effective infection control is in some nursing homes. I cannot imagine how I would have coped trying to keep Dad germ-free, if this was last year and I was caring for him."
The Full Story is on the Irish Times website - click here to view