We will guide you as to the best care options available.

  • 24 hr G.P on call
  • Residents own G.P visits regularly
  • Treatment Room available
  • Hairdressing
  • Referral to Physiotherapy
  • Referral to Occupational Therapy
  • Referral to Speech and Language Therapy
  • Referral to Dietitian
  • Referral to Dentist
  • Referral to Optician
  • Chiropody visits every week

Types of Care

We acknowledge that as people differ, so too do their needs. Depending on the physical and cognitive needs of a person, we will guide you as to the best care options available. Staffing levels at Killure Bridge are compliant with HIQA regulations.

Killure Bridge Bedroom

Long Term Care

A home from home

Our Nursing Home provides a full time home from home for our residents, who – along with their families – have direct input into their care, activities and surroundings.

Residents Chatting in Killure Bridge Gardens

Convalescence Care

Bringing you back to health

Our convalescence care can assist you with recuperation and recovery after surgery, or serious illness.

Resident and Carer at Killure Bridge

Respite Care

Supporting you by supporting your caregivers

Our respite care gives carers at home temporary relief, which in turn supports your ability to live at home for longer.

Circle of Life Symbol

Palliative Care

Providing relief and comfort during serious illness

Palliative care aims to improve the quality of life of residents and their families when their illness can no longer be cured. As well as providing relief from pain, nausea and other symptoms, palliative care offers support and comfort to residents. It involves caring for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs in the best way possible.

Activities at Killure Bridge

A full programme of activities and social events are available to residents in Killure Bridge Nursing Home.

  • Live music six days a week
  • Arts and crafts
  • Fit for life exercise programme
  • Board games/cards
  • Reminiscence
  • DVD’S
  • Outings
  • Outdoor walks
  • Trishaw
  • Gardening
  • One to one activities
  • Sonas sessions
  • Social outings, Parties, School choirs and community events
  • Pet Therapy
  • Baking
  • Aromatherapy
Activities Co-ordinator with Residents at Killure Bridge

Religious Services

A group of volunteer Eucharistic Ministers visit Killure Bridge Nursing Home every Tuesday who facilitate prayer and the sacrament of Communion. The Residents say the rosary together every morning. There is an Oratory which is used for quiet prayer. Residents attend the local church for mass on a Sunday if they wish accompanied by staff and mass is celebrated in the Nursing Home on the first Friday of every month and on special occasions. Every attempt is made to accommodate the Religious beliefs of Residents.

  • Nellie Farrell, Resident

    I was the first resident in the door 15 years ago. My husband had just died and it was the new life I needed to keep going. I have never looked back.

    Nellie Farrell