National Rehabilitation Hospital

NRH Constitution

NRH Constitution

The National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH) is a charitable institution. It is a Catholic voluntary publicly funded hospital under the care of the Sisters of Mercy and jointly held in trust with the Minister for Health and Children.

The NRH espouses the values established by the Sisters of Mercy by providing high quality care and treatment to patients on the basis of need and irrespective of background, creed or status. Of paramount importance are the values of Christian compassion, of respect for the dignity of each person, and of a welcoming caring environment. The NRH, in partnership with the patients and families, endeavours to achieve health and social gain through the effective treatment and education of patients who, following illness or injury, require dedicated interdisciplinary rehabilitation services. The NRH aims to achieve this in a manner that is equitable and transparent in its service delivery, sensitive and responsive to those availing of its services, and supportive of the staff entrusted with its delivery.

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