Affiliated with University College Cork, the Cork University Hospital (CUH) is the largest university teaching hospital in Ireland and is the only Level One Trauma centre in the country. This is because the hospital hosts over 40 different medical and surgical specialties.
CUH is also one of the busiest hospitals in ireland, with 25,500 inpatient admissions, 27,000 day cases, and 58,000 emergency cases (A&E) annually and because of this there are plans to extend the hospital to 1,000 beds and develop a Cardiac / Renal centre. This work was due to begin in 2010. The Hospital currently employs 3,400 staff of multiple professions and is the primary teaching hospital for the Faculty of Health and Science in University College Cork.
The Irish Health Research Board has designated the CUH as a Clinical Trials Centre. The Pharmacy Department, Speech and Language Therapy Department and Occupational Therapy Department are working with the Schools in the Medical Faculty for the Implementation of new training programmes in University College Cork
Historically, CUH has operated as part of a citywide group of hospitals (CUH Group) including St Finbarr’s, Erinville and St Mary’s Orthopaedic Hospitals. During 2007, the maternity services integrated onto the CUH campus.
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