St. Gobnait's Nursing Home

St. Gobnait's Nursing Home
Drewcourt
Ballyagran
Co. Limerick

Contact: Teresa Kelleher

Tel No: 00353 (0) 63 82065

HIQA Reports http://www.hiqa.ie/social-care/find-a-centre/nursing-homes/st-gobnaits-nursing-home

St. Gobnaits is a country nursing home with a warm friendly atmosphere the minute you step inside the front door.
It is located in Ballyagran Co. Limerick, approx five miles from Charleville town.

It was established in 1985 when Dermot and Teresa Kelleher saw the need for a nursing home in the area.

Teresa was working as a P.H.N. at the time.
Dermot and Teresa purchased a private dwelling house adjacent to their own home and developed and extended it over the years.

St. Gobnait is patron saint of Ballyvourney, Co. Cork, Dermot’s home place, so this is where the name originated.

It is now home to twenty residents and celebrated it’s silver jubilee with a big party in December 2010.

Teresa is the matron and proprietor and her daughter, Maura, also a nurse, joined the management team in December 2010


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