About UPMC Aut Even Hospital
Building on the historic commitment to quality care for patients in Kilkenny
UPMC Aut Even Hospital is a 71-bed hospital that was acquired by UPMC in 2021.
We provide access to expert consultants and medical staff who are dedicated to the individual healthcare needs of each patient. Our hospital is equipped with an 18-bed day surgery unit, six laminar flow operating theatres, and a twin suite endoscopy unit. Of our 46 surgical in-patient beds, 80% are in private rooms.
UPMC Aut Even Hospital has achieved accreditation from the independent, U.S.-based Joint Commission International (JCI). This accreditation is one of the highest seals of approval for medical facilities and ensures the hospital meets high standards of patient safety and quality care.
For more than 100 years, we have delivered care within a framework of quality and patient safety, offering patients a broad range of surgical specialities, access to diagnostics, and the provision of medical services.
Who is UPMC?
UPMC is an international not-for-profit healthcare organisation that is inventing new models of patient-centred, cost-effective, accountable care. Trusted by patients around the world, UPMC is considered a leading American healthcare provider at the forefront of clinical excellence and medical innovation.
Since 2006, we have been delivering high quality healthcare to our communities in Carlow, Cork, Kildare, Kilkenny, and Waterford. UPMC is the Official Healthcare Partner of the GAA and GPA.
The UPMC Vision
UPMC will lead the transformation of healthcare in Ireland. The UPMC model will be nationally recognised for redefining healthcare by:
- Putting our patients, employees and local community at the centre of everything we do in the quest to make Life Changing Medicine a reality.
- Driving economic development, with the advancement of excellence and innovation in healthcare.
- Building strong links to the global academic network to drive an innovative approach to the delivery of care and clinical advancements to the patient population.
- Entering into creative partnerships with public and insurance counterparts to address systemic challenges in the delivery of healthcare and filling the current gaps in the continuum of care.
- Strengthening links to academic and research partners in Ireland, the U.S., and Italy.