St James’s Hospital is one of the largest hospitals in Ireland, treating and caring for over 350,000 patients each year. We are a public hospital and excellence in patient care is our primary focus.
St James’s Hospital’s fundamental purpose is the delivery of health treatment, care and diagnosis as well as health promotion and preventative services. The hospital aspires to meet the highest possible standards and levels of efficiency, effectiveness and quality in all our endeavours.
St James’s Hospital is the largest teaching hospital in Ireland and is the major teaching partner of Trinity College Dublin. Our students are very much part of St James’s Hospital and their education and training represents the commitment to our shared future for healthcare in Ireland.
Your donations will bring benefits to not only people in Dublin but further across Ireland due to St. James’s Hospital’s national reach in many key services including cancer, epilepsy and burns. With the development of the new National Children’s Hospital on our site, and emerging plans for significant advancement in caring for cancer patients, St. James’s Hospital is at the centre of our health service in Ireland. Your investment will be part of our ambitions to achieve exceptional outcomes for our patients.
Ways of Partnering with Us
There is a range of ways available for companies to partner with St James’s Hospital. For example:
- Fundraise for one of our key appeals
- Fundraise for specific equipment and/or up-grades of facilities
- Fundraise for specific research strands at St James’s
- Choose an event for your staff to participate in and match their funding eg VHI Women’s Mini Marathon, Dublin Marathon, or any other challenging event.
- Sponsor one of our existing events from Liberties Fun Run, Wicklow 100Km Cycle, Golf Classic and Racing.
Whatever you decide to do, we will create a dedicated package for you, and ensure that we have a productive and successful partnership which can have a great impact for both St James’s hospital and your business. Please contact Clodagh Memery at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 087 376 8796 who would be delighted to speak to you.