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.
Frances wrote; I slept over in St. John's ward when my grandson was a baby he was very ill and thank god he is 18 years old now .i also slept over there on two other occasions when two more of my grandchildren were sick they were great people working there from every rank even to the cleaning staff everyone pulls together we all had great out comes thank to all the staff we could never repay them .
Posted on April 26, 2016
Denise wrote; Our little man spent the first six weeks of his life in Crumlin with a serious abdominal defect & was back again at 6 months old. The nurses, doctors and all the staff were so supportive and calm during a very difficult time. We will never be able to thank them enough for their kindness and help - they are the reason my cool dude is here with us today !
Posted on April 25, 2016
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