We want you to share your Crumlin memories with us. Little heroes who were treated here, parents who held their hands, staff who cared for them.
From broken bones to broken hearts we want to honour every little Crumlin Hero.
Will you share your memories, happy or sad? No memory is too big or too small.
Tell us about the fevers, the fractures and the ferocious battles. Yours is an important chapter in the story of Crumlin.
See some of the Crumlin Memories other people have shared below.
Gerry wrote; My twin sister Catherine and me had our tonsils taken out in Crumlin in the summer of 1962. We were just 7 years old. Our recovery happily involved lots of jelly and ice-cream. Nowadays I work in the hospital, lots has changed but the staff are all as nice as ever. One really big difference is that unlike in 1962 parents can now stay with their children in the hospital. That’s good news.
Posted on April 28, 2016
Paul wrote; Darragh was only 2 1/2 years old when we were told he would need his tonsils removed. I know its not as serious a situation as some of the children in crumlin but to us his parents it was upsetting. From the moment we got to crumlin we were treated nearly like family members. The whole staff from admin to doctors and all inbetween treated us with the greatest of respect and care. This is something we will never forget. Darragh was treated and now 3 1/2 years later he is a different child. He no longer suffers the sore throats chest infections and that constant choking he was suffering from. We will always be indebted to crumlin for everything they did for us as a family. Many thanks. Paul, janet, darragh and adam.
Posted on April 26, 2016
Erin wrote; Erin doesn't remember much off her 6 week stay in St Anne's burns unit as she was only 2 but she does remember the big fish thank the play room the fantastic voulenters who dressed up every day to entertain her and she will never forget the wonderful doctor David orr who looked after her so well and the amazing Glynnis
Posted on April 27, 2016