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  • Title: Padre Pio House :: Nursing and Convalescent Home :: Churchtown :: Cork
    Descriptive info: .. Padre Pio House.. Chuchtown, Co.. Cork.. Welcome.. Care.. Accommodation.. Contact.. Welcome to Padre Pio Nursing Home, situated in beautiful Churchtown.. Padre Pio House was established in 1997 within walking distance of the beautiful village of Churchtown.. Only 15 minutes drive from Mallow and Charleville.. Padre Pio House is a family-run private residential nursing home where residents can feel truly at  ...   the quality of our care and comfort of our facilities.. At Padre Pio House we take pride in our reputation for hospitality.. We look forward to welcoming you.. , Chuchtown, Mallow, Co.. Cork, Ireland.. Tel.. : + 353 (0) 22 23789 / 23811.. Email.. : info@padrepiohouse.. ie.. Copyright © Padre Pio House.. All Rights Reserved.. Valid.. XHTML.. Site by.. Karl Metelko..

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  • Title: Padre Pio House :: Nursing and Convalescent Home :: Churchtown :: Cork :: Care
    Descriptive info: The home is personally run by Mary, supported by a committed and motivated team.. We pride ourselves on our high staff /resident ratio.. We cater for all levels of care including:.. Convalescent care.. Short term Respite Care.. Long Term Care.. Post operative / Post surgical Care.. Palliative care.. Residents may keep there own General Practitioner or transfer to our resident General Practitioner.. Residents have  ...   regularly.. Recreation / Activities.. There is a enclosed garden where residents can enjoy strolling in a safe and secure environment.. Those residents interested in gardening can cultivate one of our raised beds.. There are daily organised activities and our hairdresser attends every Wednesday.. Our residents group meets every month.. Mass is conducted every Thursday and residents may use our oratory for prayer and meditation..

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  • Title: Padre Pio House :: Nursing and Convalescent Home :: Churchtown :: Cork :: Accommodation
    Descriptive info: Padre Pio House is a luxurious purpose built nursing and convalescent home and offers all the comforts and care of a first class residence.. The house is tastefully decorated throughout.. There are 28 single en-suite rooms and 6 sharing en-suite rooms.. All rooms are equipped with a phone, TV point, and nurse call system.. Personal effects may be added to your room for additional comfort.. Our residents can relax in the privacy of their room or in one of our four tastefully decorated lounges.. Dining.. Our menu is changed regularly.. Fresh scones are baked every morning and cakes baked  ...   of their own room (including breakfast) or in the dining room.. All religious and special days are celebrated with a different menu.. The staff in the kitchen are happy to make up a picnic for you to enjoy with your friends or relatives in a quiet corner of the garden.. Rates.. We are committed to providing value for money.. Our weekly charge includes:.. Physiotherapy.. Personal laundry service.. Daily Newspapers and Toiletries.. We have a policy of continuous improvement through our resident group, relatives and visitor suggestions and ideas, and staff feedback.. We are registered by the HIQA and VHI..

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  • Title: Padre Pio House :: Nursing and Convalescent Home :: Churchtown :: Cork :: Contact
    Descriptive info: Churchtown, Mallow, Co.. Phone : +353 (0) 22 23789 / 23811.. Fax : +353 (0) 22 23780.. Email : info@padrepiohouse.. Web : www.. padrepiohouse.. ie.. Location.. There is an open friendly policy regarding visiting hours.. On your first visit please make an appointment with Mary and feel free to drop in for that second look any time..

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