Costello's Nursing Home

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Costello's Nursing Home
County Roscommon

Contact: Sarah Costello

Tel: 00353 (0) 43 33 21361
Tel: 00353 (0) 43 33 30923
Email: [email protected]

Hiqa Reports:

Costello.s Nursing Home is located in the Shannonside village of Ballyleague Co Roscommon, just off N63 primary route between Longford and Roscommon.

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There is a pedestrian footpath leading to the shops, and business facilities. A church is located in the immediate vicinity.

Residents are all accommodated on the ground floor, and the accommodation consists of 17 single bedrooms, featuring both en suite and shared bathroom facilities, and five twin en-suite bedrooms, catering for both men & women, single and mixed share.

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Other facilitates in their nursing home include a large day sitting room, dining room & conservatory. There is an oratory, a hair salon, a designated smoking room, a private visitors. room and a private secure outdoor seating area.

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Various activities are run in the nursing home for their residents on a daily basis which vary from live music, aromatherapy and a fit for life physiotherapy programme.

Costello's Nursing Home strive to ensure they deliver the best quality of care to their residents on a daily basis. They cater for short term admissions, long term admissions, respite, convalescent care, day care and much more.

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