Our next fundraising event has just been announced and we are inviting you to a special viewing of Disney’s Frozen which includes Olaf’s Adventure!
The screening takes place on Saturday 25th November at the Omniplex right here in Sligo.
To book your tickets please contact us on 0861451166.
We look forward to seeing you there.
The Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo Community Fund has been created to provide funding for local charities, clubs and initiatives. The community fund was established in 2016 through the support of the people of Sligo and surrounding area and to date it has helped a wide range of local causes across the region including:
If you would like to apply for funding, please download the PDF on our website:
If you would like to help us to continue to fundraise please contact us on:
The groan of the radiator, a drip-drip of the tap downstairs, mumbles and bangs from the washing machine, and of course the throaty roar coming from your partner next to you as they snore the night away.
All these things can keep us up into the wee hours of the morning but not all of them have to remain a problem. Yes, the living room sofa has been a solution in the past, the bad back worth the extra few hours without the incessant croak and grumble in your ear, but your back is getting worse and so is the snoring.
Sleep apnoea is the biggest cause of a bad night’s sleep for people across the country, and is a problem which affects partners of the sufferer as much as themselves. It is caused when not enough air can reach the lungs due to an obstruction in the throat. In most cases this leads to snoring but in more severe cases it can lead to being woken up many times during the night due to shortness of breath or falling asleep during the middle of the day.
Thousands of people in Ireland suffer from the condition and it is important to see a specialist to see how you can avoid it getting worse how to clean up your sleeping patterns to avoid any other issues.
At the 3fivetwo Group we understand the importance of a good night’s sleep; from increasing mood, energy and brain power, to aiding digestion and weight–loss, sleep is key to so many aspects of our life and making sure our body functions efficiently. Which is why we are proud to offer a range of treatments for a number of different sleep related issues at our Sleep Clinic at Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo:
• A special night mouth-guard which gently pushes the jaw forward to avoid throat obstruction.
• CPAP Device – A mask which enables the flow of air through the lungs and respiratory tract to avoid obstruction.
• Weight and Lifestyle Management is available with one of our specialists who will guide you through lifestyle and diet changes to aid better sleeping patterns.
• Surgery is an option, but is only needed for the most serious of cases.
For more information on the National Sleep Clinic at Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo please visit our webpage or call 071-9162649.
Special Olympics, founded in 1968, is the world’s largest sports organisation for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, providing year-round training and competitions to more than 5.3 million athletes and Unified Sports partners in nearly 170 countries.
Special Olympics Ireland currently has almost 9,100 registered athletes participating in 14 sports from skiing and kayaking to gymnastics and athletics.
In 2017 Team Ireland’s largest ever delegation for a Special Olympics World Winter Games has departed from Dublin Airport for the 2017 games in Austria with a 26-stong squad.
You can find out everything you need to know and follow all the news on the Austria 2017 website: http://www.austria2017.org/en/home
Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo Charity Funds Local Initiatives
Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo has submitted money from their charity fund to a number of local charities and initiatives to support projects across the region.
A total of €5,000 has been donated, which was raised from events such as The Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo Charity Ball last year. The beneficiaries are seven different organisations who are important to the community, which include; Sooey National School Band,
Deaf Hear – Hawks Well Theatre, Sligo Tidy Towns, Sligo Volunteering Capital, Ballygawley Community Park, Special Olympics Connaught, Nightriders – Special Olympics Equestrian Club.
The money will go towards helping several projects like Sligo Tidy Towns in supplying street furniture and sculptures to improve the aesthetic of Sligo for locals and visitors alike. Local sports teams will benefit as new dug-outs will be erected at the sports pitch in Ballygawley, whilst horse riders from Special Olympics Connaught will receive new head gear for improved safety.
Special Olympics Connaught provides year round sports training to 1300 adults and children with intellectual disabilities across Ireland, including Sligo, and is part of Special Olympics Ireland. Whilst Sligo Tidy Towns plays a big part in sport in the area as unpaid volunteers help keep pitches and facilities clean and the town was names European Town of Sport in 2014.
Local art institutions and students will also benefit as a new theatre loop system will be installed for the hard of hearing and The Sooey School band will purchase new music stand banners.
Mr. Mark Towey, CEO of Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo, says the fund has been a huge success since it was established last year and hopes it continues in the same vein, “We are so proud to be able to help the local community and be part of projects that do so much good.”
“We aim to try help many different types of organisations and it has certainly helped cement Kingsbridge Private Hospital’s place in the region and we hope to be able to continue this work for many years to come in Sligo.”
These donations were the last of the €15,082 that was raised at last year’s Charity Ball and plans are currently in place to organise more fundraising events for the 2018 fund.
We are keen to encourage others in the local area to apply for funding and we also welcome those who can help us with additional fundraising activities.
If you would like to apply for funding, please download the pdf on our website http://www.kingsbridgeprivatehospital.ie/community-fund/
If you would like to help us to continue to fundraise please contact us on email@example.com
7:30pm – 9pm
Registration from 7pm
Come along and hear all about the recent developments at Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo.
Guest speakers and specialities include:
Registration starts at 7pm and a buffet will be served.
To confirm your place please contact Maria Bailey by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 071 – 9162649
A total of €5,500 was donated by the committee to five local organisations including Friends of Sligo University Hospital, Hawks Well Theatre, Strand Celtic FC, North West Hospice and Sligo Leitrim District Club.
Chairperson of the Kingsbridge Sligo Community Fund Committee and CEO of Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo, Mark Towey said it was a great honour to play a part in helping new projects get off the ground and hopefully make a positive change to the local community
“We have been impressed and enlightened after reading through some of the applications. There are already some amazing activities going on in our community but to assist in enhancing them or play our part in helping to initiate a new project, is very worthwhile,” said Mark.
The money released will go towards several new projects including supplying new foldaway guest beds enabling family members to stay overnight in the North West Hospice; Nurturing children’s creative exploration at the Hawks Well Theatre via the development of new programmes and community workshops; Sponsorship of the Knocknarea 8 Mile Loop event to help create more funds for the Strand Celtic Football Club; Much needed ground development work at Sligo Leitrim DSL allowing them to host junior football matches for local schools and colleges and finally contribute to the purchase of two new trolley beds for emergency patients on behalf of Friends of Sligo University Hospital for the acute assessment unit.
“Whilst we are keen to encourage others to apply for funding which was raised as a result of our inaugural Shamrock Ball earlier this year, we also welcome those who can help us with additional fundraising activities, to keep our Community Fund topped up,” concluded Mark.
If you would like to apply for funding please download the pdf on our website http://www.kingsbridgeprivatehospital.ie/community-fund/ and if you would like to help us to continue to fundraise please contact us on email@example.com
It is just over 100 days since the 3fivetwo group acquired St Joseph’s Hospital, now rebranded Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo. Mark Towey, CEO of Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo, talks to Ocean FM about how we have helped expand healthcare services in the North West.
Northern Ireland’s largest private healthcare provider, 3fivetwo Group, has bought the 19-bed St Joseph’s Hospital in Garden Hill Sligo. This will be rebranded Kingsbridge Private Hospital Sligo, after the Group’s flagship property, Kingsbridge Private Hospital in Belfast.
Mark Regan, Group Development Director, said: “This is good news for the North West and good news for 3fivetwo, continuing our growth in the healthcare sector and enhancing our position as a vertically integrated healthcare provider which offers true patient choice.”
3fivetwo Group has a multi-million pound turnover and employs 240 staff, along with the services of 400 consultants and 300 nursing staff.
Group companies include Kingsbridge Private Hospital, Origin Fertility Care, 3fivetwo Healthcare, H3 Health Insurance, the Training Academy, Dental Excellence, Optique eye and ear care and cosmetic surgery wing, Cosmetech.
Origin Fertility Care, as part of the 3fivetwo Group, will also be expanding and establishing a base in Sligo, making its fertility services more accessible to the local population. The new Origin Sligo Satellite Clinic will be opening its doors for the first time on 20th July 2015.
For more information regarding Origin Fertility Care’s Sligo fertility services please call +44 (0)28 9076 1713 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos from our GP Evening held in Radisson Blu, Letterkenny on 26th June 2015