- South East Dublin Department of Anaesthesia

News Archive 2012


Dr. Raymond Davys, RIP, December 26th 2012

It is with deep regret that the Department of Anaesthesia, St Vincent's University Hospital, learned of the death of Dr. Ray Davys (94yrs), retired Consultant Anaesthetist, St Vincent's Hospital, July 1st 1947 - October 31st 1985.

A founding father of Anaesthesiology in Ireland, a former Dean and member of the Foundation Board of the faculty of Anaesthetists, RCSI. Ray's contribution to Irish Anaesthesia and to the Department in SVUH was immense and his legacy has continued to the present day.

To his family we offer our sincere condolences, may he rest in peace.



SVUH Rugby Club - Winners of the Dublin Hospital's Cup Final 2012

SVUH defeats the Mater hospital at Anglesea Road 27-13 in a thrilling encounter, December 2012.

Dublin Hospital's Rugby Cup was inaugurated in 1881, and it's the oldest rugby competition in Ireland.





New Children's Hospital Alliance Ireland

An Bord Pleanála report of 23rd February had previously refused planning permission for the Mater site as a location for the New Children's Hospital.

Read Full Report here...


Government selects St. James's Hospital as site for New National Children's Hospital

Minister for Health, Dr. James Reilly



Faculty of Pain Medicine

Congratulations to Dr. Tolu on being conferred with the Diploma of Pain Medicine by Dr. Declan O'Keeffe, Faculty Member/Director of Pain Medicine, St. Vincent's University Hospital