St. Joseph’s Home, Killorglin is owned and managed by The Sisters of St. Joseph of Annecy

St. Joseph’s Home Killorglin is a proud member of Nursing Home Ireland. NHI members are committed to ensuring persons who call nursing homes “home” are provided with the highest quality care and services.

It is a haven for comfort and care committed to developing and improving the quality of life of all its residents based on a profound respect for human life and for each individual person irrespective of race or creed.

St. Joseph’s Home is designed for you, your family and friends.

It offers security, safety and holistic care, tailored to your needs hobbies, interests, activities and great food while monitoring dignity and respect.

The Home is a vibrant place set in a desirable location a short distance from Killorglin town with the back drop of McGillycuddy Reeks and the banks of the River Laune. It offers great facilities, appliances and security of lifestyle to provide genuine peace of mind without intruding on individual’s lifestyle.

Testimonials

Peg (Margaret) Riordan is a resident in St Joseph’s Home for the past 14 years.  In all that time she has the greatest of praise for the wonderful care she has received from the Staff.  All her needs are met with warmth and friendliness.  She is now almost 101 and still loves the beautiful food that is being served every day.  The Chapel on the premises is another very important aspect of the care package as she loved going to Mass regularly and in later years, she is able to receive Holy Communion in her room.  In her own words “St Joseph’s is home from home”.

Signed:  Her son James.

 A sincere “thank you” to the Sisters and Staff at St Joseph’s Nursing Home for the dedicated nursing received by my mother and sister while they were Residents in the Nursing Home.

Signed:  Nora Callaghan

Castlegregory

Boheshill

Glencar

I have worked with the Sisters and Staff of St Joseph’s Nursing Home for the past nineteen years.  I find my Employers very just and kind and I could not wish for better.  May they go on for many years to come, as an example of how employers should treat employees.

Staff members are respectful, co-operative and perform their tasks with the residents with meticulous care and kindness.

Signed:  Marian McCann