Cork North West Fine Gael General Election candidate Councillor John Paul O’Shea has welcomed the official opening and blessing of the newly refurbished, state-of-the-art Nazareth House Nursing Home in Dromahane, which took place this week.
Cllr. O’Shea was among hundreds of people in attendance for the official opening of the €23 million redevelopment. Mass was celebrated at the facility by the Bishop of Cloyne, the Most Rev. William Crean, followed by the blessing of the building.
The newly-refurbished Nazareth House now incorporates 120 en-suite bedrooms, a new lobby, assembly room, meeting rooms and coffee dock.
“I was delighted to be invited to attend the official opening of the refurbished Nazareth House in Dromahane, and to see first-hand the state-of-the-art facility,” Cllr. O’Shea said. “There has been terrific support from the public locally with regards to fundraising efforts, and the Sister of Nazareth deserve enormous credit for their achievement.
“The 120 single rooms, each with an en-suite, provide the privacy and dignity that residents require, and the various day rooms create a neighbourhood atmosphere, as do the sensory garden and looped walk. My compliments to everyone involved in bringing this important project to fruition and I wish Nazareth House the very best in the years ahead.”
O’Shea Welcomes Official Opening of Refurbished Nazareth House
Nov 08, 2019
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