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Inside the Cork University Maternity Hospital

The (still) new Cork University Maternity Hospital or CUMH is shaped like a triangle with a central area that will eventually be planted with grass, flowers and vegetation. For now it’s boring bland grey.

To the right and left you can see balconies. The one of the right adjoins the hospital cafe. Unfortunately it’s so expensive it’s better to make the journey across to Wilton Shopping Center or to one of the many restaurants in the area. The other balcony is unused but I’m sure the hospital bosses will figure out some way of using it. The tower in the center is the stairwell and elevator shafts for the building and they lead onto the main concourse and entrance.

Aperture ƒ/5.6
Camera Canon EOS 20D
Focal length 10mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 5s

By Donncha

Donncha Ó Caoimh is a software developer at Automattic and WordPress plugin developer. He posts photos at In Photos and can also be found on Twitter.

One reply on “Inside the Cork University Maternity Hospital”

My wife was admitted to the C.U.H Maternity Hospital a couple of weeks ago. She went through a fairly arduous operation and has since made a great recovery.
I feel that I must compliment all the nursing and support staff on 4 South. The nursing care was absolutely fantastic. The support staff were so caring and attentive.
Even though it was a tough time on her, the staff made the stay enjoyable.
Even the Security men and women who were very lenient on me visiting way outside normal visiting hours.
Congratulations of a fantastic service.

I am not sure whether I am sending this to the correct place, If not, would you mind passing it on

Thank you all,

Pete Otter

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