Leopardstown Park Hospital
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About us
In October 1917 Gertrude Dunning gifted Leopardstown Park, a magnificent country manor set in 100 acres of parkland, to the British Ministry of Pensions. Prompted by the devastation of the First World War, the gift came with a single condition – the house and its grounds were to be used to treat soldiers who had been disabled while serving with the – more...
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What is it like to work at Leopardstown Park Hospital?

4.0
Work/Life Balance
3.0
Salary/Benefits
3.7
Job security/advancement
3.3
Management
4.0
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Leopardstown Park Hospital?

CEO
Ann Marie O’Grady
2.0
This review contains a short summary of a typical day at work, along with an outline of responsibilities I was assigned to do.
Written by Healthcare Assistant (Former Employee) from Foxrock, D on 31 July 2014
My typical day as a carer,would be waking up early morning and being in for work at 8 am. I was punctual and always made sure I arrived to work 5-10 minutes before starting time, which was 8 am . Before starting my duties, a report was given to all the day time staff members, including me and we all had to look over it.


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Pros
Friendly patients
Cons
Long hours
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