5 07, 2022

St. Luke’s Home bids a fond Farewell to Joan Jeffrey on her Retirement

St Luke's Home took two opportunities to celebrate the unique contribution of Joan Jeffery who for 28 years has been an integral part of the many developments of the Home’s Life. Joan was part of the move to the green field side at Mahon, over 25 years ago and has worked tirelessly in her commitment to so many aspects of St. Luke’s. She will retire from her current role at the end of June. On Sunday 12th June Joan’s rich legacy was celebrated at a 150th Anniversary Afternoon Party on site at St Luke’s Home.  At the presentation the CEO, [...]

31 05, 2022

Appointment to Saint Anne’s Church, Shandon, and to the Chaplaincy of Saint Luke’s Home Cork

The Bishop of Cork, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton is delighted to announce that he has appointed the Reverend Meghan Farr, an Episcopal priest currently serving in the Episcopal Diocese of Eau Claire in Wisconsin, USA, as priest-in-charge of Saint Anne's, Shandon, Cork and also as Chaplain to Saint Luke's Home, Cork. Meghan will be arriving in time to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the Church of Saint Anne, Shandon and to join in the celebrations of the 150th anniversary of Saint Luke's Home, Cork. The Reverend Meghan Farr   Bishop Colton said: It has been both exciting and [...]

7 03, 2022

National Nursing Home Experience Survey

We are delighted to be taking part in Ireland’s first National Nursing Home Experience Survey. The survey is being run by the National Care Experience Programme, a partnership between the Health Information Quality Authority (HIQA), the Health Service Executive (HSE) and the Department of Health. This new national survey aims to listen to the experiences of people living in nursing homes and find out what they like about the care and support they receive, and what improvements they would like to see. Our residents will have the opportunity to share their experiences of nursing home care in a face-to-face interview. [...]

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