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Our Services

Kilbroney Health Care is registered with the Regulation Quality and Improvement Authority to provide Nursing Care to a maximum capacity of 18 patients at our facility, ensuring each of our residents has access to the care and resources they require.


Specialized Mental Health Nursing Care

A significant number of residents at Kilbroney Health Care require specialist care for mental illness. A proprietor of our home, Jacqueline Campbell, is a professional counseling consultant who possesses vast experience in the mental healthcare field. In consultation with relevant consultants, key workers, and healthcare providers, Jacqueline and the team at Kilbroney House provide specialist care for a range of conditions including:

  • Schizophrenia (all variances)

  • Schizoaffective disorders

  • Brain injuries

  • Bi-Polar disorders including Bipolar affective disorders

  • Personality disorders

  • Korsakoff Psychosis (Dementias)

  • Anxiety disorders

  • Depression

  • Obsessive-Compulsive disorders

  • Substance abuse disorders

  • Psychotic disorders


  • Post-traumatic stress disorders


  • A range of other mental health care needs

Mental Health & Nursing Care

Our teams are qualified to provide the highest standard of care to elderly residents, including those that require specialist care as categorized below:

  • NH-MP (E) Mental Disorder excluding learning disability or dementia - over 65 years

  • NH-MP Mental Disorder under – 65 years

  • NH-DE Dementia

  • NH-PH (E) Physical disability other than sensory impairment - over 65 years.

  • NH- PH-Physical disability other than sensory impairment

  • NH-I Old age not falling within any other category



At Kilbroney Health Care we work closely with each patient's individual capabilities and needs. Our staff are trained to help clients with laundry, cooking, cleaning, and gardening.  These are all essential skills required to live independently. Our staff are here to help patients build the confidence and skills needed, to eventually be rehabilitated back into a community setting.

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