Cork University Hospital (CUH) is a model 4 tertiary referral centre and University teaching hospital. The hospital is a public hospital owned and managed by the Health Service Executive (HSE) and is a member of the South/South West Hospital Group. Cork University Hospital also forms part of the Cork University Hospitals Group (CUHG) which includes Mallow General Hospital and Bantry General Hospital.
CUH is unique in that we have 40 different medical and surgical specialties on the campus. As the tertiary referral centre for the HSE Southern area and the supra regional area of Limerick, Kerry, Tipperary, Waterford and Kilkenny CUH serves a total population of over 1.1 million.
In 2019 CUH had 69982 presentations to our Emergency Department, 222,115 outpatient attendances and discharged 31,769 inpatients.
CUH currently employs 3,488.26 WTE of multiple professions and is the primary teaching hospital for the Faculty of Health and Science at University College Cork.
CUH aims to be valued for its expertise in the provision of quality acute healthcare services and to positively impact the lives of those we encounter.