Our government, bereft of inspiration and floundering with a dysfunctional health service, have decided that this 50-year-old unique and irreplaceable gem of a facility should be closed; stripped of its assests and absorbed into the HSE monster…
Letterkenny Co. Donegal
To help patients make a good recovery from cancer and to help patients cope with a terminal diagnosis you need more than just medical intervention…
Laragh Co. Wicklow
Luke’s gave us another year with our lovely mother
Listen to the voices of those who know…
Naas, Co. Kildare
How could any minister with any heart at all deny cancer patients the care and personal attention you get in Luke’s..?
At seventeen, I had only ever seen seriously sick people on TV…
Clifford T. Reid
A true gem in today’s crazy healthcare system
The lovely grounds…are a type of therapy on their own and won’t be available at St James’s or at Beaumont. Both concrete jungles!
St Luke’s is special in so many ways
A loss of serenity
I was struck by the amount of white feathers on the grass. I was always told that these were a sign of angels…in my estimation, those feathers symbolised the presence of angels both inside and outside the hosptial, alive and passed on.
Martina & David Doyle