While representing a modern approach to healthcare provision and education, Tallaght University Hospital has a long and valued tradition of serving the needs of patients from right across the country. Through the support of our Foundations, the hospital is at the forefront of healthcare provision in Ireland. More information on the Foundations can be found through the following links.
Adelaide Health Foundation
– The Adelaide Health Foundation is a voluntary independent charitable organisation which seeks to advance healthcare that is centred upon the dignity of every human being and that provides equal access to quality healthcare based upon clinical need. As one of the foundations of Tallaght Hospital, it uses voluntary funds to support healthcare projects and initiatives both in the Hospital and in the local community. Its Health Policy Department produces authoritative, evidence-based research and health policy analysis to inform Irish health policy, management and services.
The Foundation nominates students to be admitted to the Adelaide School of Nursing to undertake their BSc Nursing (General) in Trinity College, Dublin and Tallaght Hospital and it administers a Bursary Scheme for eligible students of the Adelaide School of Nursing. For further information please refer to www.adelaide.ie
The Meath Foundation
- The Meath Foundation has evolved from its former role as the Board of the Meath Hospital to a situation where it nominates one person as a Non Executive Director to the Board of Tallaght Hospital. The Meath Foundation Board of Directors and members include former staff of the Meath Hospital, Members of the Foundation, staff of Tallaght Hospital and members of the community.
The Meath Foundation supports healthcare research, education and quality improvements and arts and health at Tallaght Hospital for the benefit of the community and within the hospital service. To learn more about the foundation click here.
The National Children's Hospital Foundation
The National Children's Hospital Appeal Fund raises money 'Just for Kids.'
It raises money to purchase new equipment, provide new services and ensure the National Children's Hospital is a friendly and comfortable place for sick children and their families.
If you would like to know more about fundraising please click here.