Archbishop of Armagh visits Daisy Hill
20/02/2014Daisy Hill Hospital recently hosted a visit from Archbishop of Armagh, Most Rev Dr Richard Clarke.
Archbishop Clarke was accompanied on the visit by Archdeacon Raymond Hoey who is a chaplain at Daisy Hill Hospital.
After visiting the hospital chapel, The Archbishop was given a brief tour of the hospital including the recently refurbished Emergency Department and the Renal Unit which provides a renal service for kidney patients across the Southern Health and Social Care Trust area. The Archbishop and Archdeacon also visited the state-of-the-art telepresence robot which operates in the hospitals High Dependency Unit.
Archbishop Clarke, speaking after the visited said: “I was delighted to be able to meet with patients, visitors and staff during this short visit to Daisy Hill Hospital. It was very interesting to visit a number of different wards and departments in the hospital.”
Archdeacon Raymond Hoey, Chaplain at Daisy Hill Hospital, Eileen Murray, Head of Service Medicine and Unscheduled Care, Archbishop of Armagh, Most Rev Dr Richard Clarke, Paula McAloran, Patient Support Officer