A Little Lifetime Foundation
Formerly – Irish Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society.
18 Orion Business Campus,
Rosemount Business Park,
National Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Registry, Monitoring and Advisory Centre
Cork University Maternity Hospital,
Tel: (021) 4920526
To raise awareness of ectopic pregnancies amongst women of childbearing age, the medical profession and the general public.
The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust,
483 Green Lanes,
Responsible for registering and supervising the Registered Adoption Societies and for maintaining the Adoption Societies Register. The Adoption Authority of Ireland is also responsible for granting declarations of eligibility and suitability to prospective adopters in advance of their adopting abroad and for maintaining the Register of Foreign Adoptions in which details of inter-country adoptions are entered.
The Adoption Authority of Ireland
Caring for women prior to, during and after childbirth as well as providing a full range of gynaecological services.
Tel: (01) 637 3100
The hospital provides an extensive women’s healthcare service in Ireland, with more than seven thousand babies born here each year, an extensive pre- and post-natal programme for parents, expert care for sick and premature babies from all over the country, and the largest gynaecological service in Ireland.
Coombe Women’s Hospital,
Tel: (01) 408 5200
Providing maternity services to women and their families for hundreds of years. General gynaecology, infertility service, menopause clinic, colposcopy clinic, recurrent miscarriage clinic and early pregnancy loss clinic.
The Rotunda Hospital,
Tel: (01) 8171700.
CUMH opened in March 2007 and involved the amalgamation of maternity services from Erinville Hospital, St. Finbarr’s Maternity Hospital, Bon Secours Maternity Unit and Gynaecology services from Cork University Hospital.
Cork University Hospital,
Tel: (021) 4922000
More than 1,000 couples are treated annually at the Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic (RMC), the largest referral unit of its kind in Europe and part of the obstetrics and gynaecology service at St Mary’s.
Winston Churchill Wing,
St Mary’s Hospital,
London W2 1NY,
Tel: 0044 2033 121 323
Carmichael Centre is the first, largest and busiest shared facility for charities in Ireland.
4-7 North Brunswick Street,
This site aims to signpost bereaved parents and healthcare staff to support structures and knowledge about pregnancy and infant loss, in an Irish context. It is intended for use by both parents and healthcare professionals and is an output of The National Standards for Bereavement Care Following Pregnancy Loss and Perinatal Death.
The Miscarriage Association of Ireland has as its headquarters the Carmichael Centre for Voluntary Groups. Along with many other voluntary organisations, we use the Centre as a base for correspondence, telephone contact referrals and occasional meetings. We also have the availability of a shared-desk facility. There are 46 resident member charities located in Carmichael Centre and hundreds of external organisations who access services and supports. Please note that the Association does not have personnel on-site on a permanent basis, please check our website for details of support group meetings and telephone support.