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Saturday 28 January 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# St Vincent's

This month
January 2023
# Sisters of Charity
St Vincent's creates list of Catholic iconography to return to orders after shares transfer
St Vincent’s University Hospital has developed a lengthy list of crucifixes, paintings, statues, St Brigid’s crosses, busts, and stained glass.
Last month
December 2022
# Camogie
Sarsfields come out on top against St Vincent's to reach All-Ireland final
Siobhán McGrath’s 46th-minute penalty was the vital score that allowed the reigning title holders to set up a showdown with Loughgiel Shamrocks next week.
Last year
2022
# Maternity Hospital
Hundreds protest over NMH as Harris says it's wrong to suggest Catholic influence at hospital
The former Health Minister said “abortion services will be provided” at the new facility.
THE MORNING LEAD
Q&A: What are the issues surrounding the National Maternity Hospital moving to St Vincent's?
A report by
Céimin Burke
A range of questions are hanging over the relocation plan.
# National Maternity Hospital
‘No guarantee’ that maternity hospital CPO would be successful – Donnelly
Transport Minister Eamon Ryan said further delay would not be the right choice.
All time
# new guidelines
Hospitals to require visitors to show proof of Covid vaccination or immunity from Monday
Frontline staff have welcomed the change, saying it was “ridiculous” that people had to show a Covid cert to enter a café but not an ICU.
# on the frontline
Staff shortages force ICU nurses at St Vincent's Hospital to watch patients with baby monitor
The ICU is at “breaking point”, nurses say.
The ICU is at "breaking point" with a few "near misses" in recent months, Órla Ryan reports
Nurses say they have been forced to use a baby monitor to watch certain patients due to staff shortages
"The pandemic broke us ... It was horrendous, some of the shifts we put in were indescribable."
'Exhausted' ICU nurses at St Vincent's say safety concerns they raised months ago have not been addressed
# National Maternity Hospital
'Two fingers to the Irish people': Taoiseach urged to nationalise entire St Vincent's campus if healthcare group refuses to budge on ownership
The hospital group has insisted that it will not sell the land on the Elm Park campus.
# Governance
Government 'hasn't ruled out' CPO of National Maternity Hospital site
The Tánaiste said it is not clear whether the owners of the land are willing to discuss the sale.
# new maternity hospital
National Maternity Hospital: Sisters of Charity urge Minister for Health to complete transfer to State
The Religious Sisters of Charity announced their intention to “gift” the land at St Vincent’s Hospital in south Dublin last year.
# svuh
'Exhausted' ICU nurses at St Vincent's say safety concerns they raised months ago have not been addressed
Nurses have expressed frustration over shower and sink facilities, as well as not being prioritised for the Covid-19 vaccine.
# dermo
Diarmuid Connolly announces inter-county retirement to bring brilliant Dublin career to a close
Connolly has opted to walk away ahead of the resumption of inter-county action.
# RIP
Tributes paid after death of former Dublin dual star Jimmy Lavin
The St Vincent’s great won All-Ireland minor titles in both codes and represented the Dublin senior footballers with distinction.
# dub club wrap
Five-star reigning champions Ballyboden beat Vins to win clash of Dublin heavyweights
The win propels ‘Boden into the driving seat in Group 3 while Clontarf, Na Fianna and Ballymun Kickhams were among tonight’s other winners.
# Dublin
National Maternity Hospital: Sisters of Charity to transfer ownership of St Vincent's land to the State
In 2017 the sisters stepped down from the board of the hospital group.
# Coronavirus
Emergency department doctors in Dublin are now making house calls for elderly patients
The service is running seven days a week, from 8am to 6pm.
# Covid-19
St Vincent's Hospital starts recruiting for healthcare workers to meet rising demand amid coronavirus outbreak
Some posts will be filled immediately.
# Wrap
Slaughtneil book All-Ireland final date with Galway's Sarsfields to keep four-in-a-row dream alive
The Derry champions defeated Scarriff/Ogonnelloe in the semi-final.
# Capital gains
Third time lucky as Dublin's St Vincent's dethrone St Martin's to lift Leinster crown
The Marino outfit edged out last season’s All-Ireland finalists in today’s replay.
# Wrap
Defending champions St Martin's set for Leinster replay as St Rynagh’s seal intermediate crown
It finished 0-10 apiece in the senior provincial final.
# Quarter-Final
St Jude's send dismal St Vincent's packing from Dublin SFC for second year in succession
St Vincent’s scored just 0-4 in a disappointing seven-point defeat.
# big win
Schutte, Cronin and O'Callaghan grab 2-10 between them as Cuala dismiss St Vincent's
Cuala will take on St Brigid’s in the Dublin SHC decider.
# dublin and wicklow
Life-saving blood transfusions can now be delivered before patients arrive at hospital
This is the first time patients in Ireland will be able to receive transfusions prior to arriving at an emergency department.
# Club Matters
League over, championship on the way and club now the focus as Gavin watches Dublin squad in action
The 2019 Dublin senior football championship throws in tomorrow night.
# diarmo
Connolly comes off the bench to hit four from play in impressive return to action
He helped St Vincent’s to victory in their league opener amid ongoing speculation about a Dublin return.
# dethroned
Dublin set for new football champions after Jude's knock out Vincent's
Kilmacud Crokes booked a spot in the final yesterday.
# Last Four
Fixture details confirmed for this year's Dublin and Kerry county senior football semi-finals
It was confirmed last night the games will take place on the weekend of 13-14 October.
# Business end
Last four! Here are the Dublin senior football championship semi-final draws
Reigning SFC 1 champions St Vincent’s face the in-form St Jude’s.
# Super Vins
Three in-a-row chasing St Vincent's power into semis with 12-point win over Castleknock
Diarmuid Connolly returned while Mossy Quinn finished with 1-6.
# Back in business
Diarmuid Connolly completes return as Dublin star comes off the bench for St Vincent's
The 31-year-old replaced Eamonn Fennell in the second half as St Vincent’s defeated Castleknock.
# GAA
Friday night club action sees semi-final spots booked in Tipp football and Dublin hurling Championships
Loughmore-Castleiney, Moyle Rovers, St Vincent’s and Ballyboden are celebrating quarter-final wins tonight.
# Last Eight
Repeat of 2016 decider in store after Dublin senior football quarter-final draw is made
The games will take place on 29-30 September.
# Quarter finals
Dublin SFC quarter-final line-up confirmed as Ballyboden and Crokes progress
Friday night saw Kilmacud Crokes and Ballyboden St Enda’s complete the line-up of the final eight.
# RIP
'Incredible, full of great courage' - Tributes paid to young St Vincent's camogie player
Dubliner Ciara Hawe passed away yesterday.
# Strong start
Brace of goals for Quinn and Diamond as St Vincent's dominate Dublin senior opener
A 21-point success for the reigning champions over Skerries Harps.
# Absent Dermo
No Connolly in starting team as St Vincent's begin Dublin senior title defence
The Dublin star was listed in the match programme at centre-forward.
# Groups Of Dubs
Here are the 2018 Dublin senior football and hurling championship draws
The new football group stage format comes into play.
# Giantkillers
Rathnew pull off one of club football's biggest shocks with stunning win over St Vincent's
The reigning Leinster champions are out.
# Vinnies March On
'You've got to make hay when the sun shines, it won't last forever' - Ger Brennan
Harry Murphy’s Rathnew are next for St Vincent’s and they’ve taken down Dublin sides in Leinster before.
# eye-watering
Connolly adds to his incredible medal haul as St Vincent's eye more silverware
“It’s only one part of the journey,” Vinnies boss Brian Mullins stated after the game.