Conor Murray, Munster and Ireland Rugby star made a special visit to Temple Street Children’s University Hospital, as part of Temple Street’s ‘Kiss Them Better’ campaign. On the visit to the hospital Conor urged Irish families to buy Medicare plasters to support Temple Street.
For every pack of Medicare plasters bought from pharmacies throughout the country, the Limerick based first-aid company will make a donation to the hospital’s emergency equipment fund. Check out www.kissthembetter.ie for more information.
Conor is pictured with Vanessa Canning, Age 17 from Letterkenny, who was only too delighted with her visitor.
About Temple Street Children’s University Hospital
Temple Street was founded in 1872. Temple Street is an acute paediatric hospital serving some of Ireland’s sickest children and providing a referral and care service on both a regional and national basis. Seven major specialities at Temple Street today include neonatal and paediatric surgery, neurology, neurosurgery, nephrology, orthopaedics, ENT and plastic surgery. The Hospital is also the national centre for paediatric ophthalmology, the national craniofacial centre, the national airway management centre, the national meninogococal laboratory, the national centre for inherited metabolic disorders and the national screening centre. Temple Street cares for over 145,000 children per year. Over 45,000 of these children attend the Emergency Department every year making it one of the busiest in Europe. A staff of 85 Consultants and over 950 other full time and part time nursing, paramedical and other staff deliver care.
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