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We are HIQA registered which means that the nursing home is approved by all insurance companies (with the exception of VHI).

However, we do advise you to check with your insurance company for confirmation of their full and exact terms for cover.

Admission & Fees- FAQs 

Admissions to Oak View Nursing Home are arranged by appointment following a pre-admission assessment of your needs. This is to ensure that we have all of the necessary equipment, knowledge and competency to meet your care needs &/or those of your loved one.

Potential residents are invited to view our nursing home at this stage to ensure they are fully involved in the decision making process, wherever & whenever possible.

We would ask that you contact us directly to discuss fees and your individual circumstances. Call us on 049 952 2630

There is state financial assistance available via the Nursing Home Support Scheme - "Fair Deal".

Also refer to FAQ below. 

For further details on this visit the

HSE website 

By agreeing to take up residency in Oak View Nursing Home, residents &/or their family members must sign a contract of care.

This demonstrates a legally binding assurance of high quality care on our part and an acknowledgement of your commitment, on your part. 

A plan of care will be devised within 24 – 48 hours of your admission. This will be carried out in consultation with the resident &/or family member.

The plan of care will reflect the individual's assessments needs

and interests; individual & specific to each resident and will provide direction to staff members caring for you.

A review of care plans will be prompted following feedback or 

any changes in the personal, physical or psychological needs

of the resident and will be will be updated, as a matter of course ona quarterly basis (or as required). 

Potential residents of registered private hursing homes in Ireland, such as Oak View, may be entitled to subvention from the Health Service Executive (HSE). 


Certain criteria need to be met. You should check out their website for further details. The circumstances of your loved will be assessed on the basis of level of dependence and financial means testing.

The full costs of nursing home fees are unlikely to be met by subvention, but it is there as a means of financial support.


HSE website -

Does my insurance company cover convalescence?

What are the current fees?​

What happens on admission?

Is there any financial assistance available?

Do you have a Contract of Care? 

Oak View is registered with H.I.Q.A. (Health Information & Quality Authority) & is regularly inspected against the ‘National Quality Standards for Residential Care Settings for Older People in Ireland’ and the Health Act 2007 (amended), promoting good practices & identifying areas for improvement

Our resident's comfort... your peace of mind​

Oak View Nursing Home

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