About The Galway Clinic

The Galway Clinic is a leading 146 bed, state of the art independent hospital situated on the outskirts of Galway. It is also an affiliated teaching hospital to the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) and National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG). Since opening our doors in 2004 we have provided 24 hour health care services. There are an excess of 140 highly skilled Physicians and Surgeons covering a wide variety of specialties within the Galway Clinic.

One of the main aims of the Galway Clinic was to introduce Cancer Care services to the West of Ireland. 
The Galway Clinic introduced vital services such as Oncology treatment and Cardiac services in 2004. We also provide the widest range of treatment for Prostate Cancer in the West of Ireland.

Since the opening of the Galway Clinic the following services have been introduced:

  • Radiotherapy
  • Open Heart Surgery
  • PET/CT Imaging
  • Robotic assisted surgery
  • Private Emergency Room 
  • Laser Eye Surgery
Galway Clinic has been specifically designed to address a range of complex, acute and elective conditions. With over 120 of the world’s most accredited Consultants specialising in over 60 different specialities, all of your healthcare needs can be catered for under the one roof. 

The Galway Clinic has introduced competition into the health care environment by removing the perception of exclusivity without compromising the delivery of medical excellence to all its patients. 

Since opening the Galway Clinic has never shield away from embracing the latest technology and was the first hospital worldwide to introduce a hybrid operating theatre. The balance of innovative technology along with highly skilled caring staff makes the Galway Clinic the number one choice for all your healthcare needs. 

Galway Clinic has been a recipient of the Kate Granger Award for our person-centred care with our Electronic Medical Record technology in 2019.

Galway clinic has been recognised by The Sunday Independent as one of Ireland’s Best Employers for 2021.

Mission Statement

To improve the health and quality of life of the individuals and communities served.

The Galway Clinic has been accredited by the Joint Commission International since 2007

Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation is considered the gold standard in global health care. JCI consultants are the most skilled and experienced in the industry. When you choose a health care organization that is JCI accredited, you know you are receiving care from a leading practice organization.