daffodil centre cork university hospital

Daffodil Centre Cork University Hospital

Our Daffodil Centre in Cork University Hospital provides cancer information, support and advice, drop-in at any time during opening hours – you don’t need an appointment or a referral.

The Daffodil Centre is a supportive cancer information service provided by the Irish Cancer Society in Cork University Hospital.

The centre is staffed by trained Cancer Nurses and volunteers who provide free practical information about all types of cancer and support to anyone affected by or concerned about cancer.

The centre is open to the public and if you have a question or concern about cancer you are welcome to call in at any time during opening hours. An appointment or referral is not necessary. Everyone is welcome – patients, their relatives and anyone with worries about cancer. We can also help if you want to learn about how to reduce the risks of developing cancer. The Cancer Nurse will take the time to listen to you and provide you with information, advice and support that is tailored for you. All Daffodil Centre conversations are held in confidence.

If you are a healthcare professional, we can advise you about the information and support that is available to you and your patients or clients.

If you are unable to visit the centre the Cancer Nurses will accept phone calls and e-mails.

Alternatively you may speak with a Cancer Nurse by phone on our Support Line at 1800 200 700.

Drop in and visit us

Your cancer nurses in this centre are Colette Grant and Sinead Power.

Patient Programmes

In addition to cancer information and support provision the following patient programme is also available.

Chemotherapy Education Programme - Understanding Chemotherapy
A recognised and established education programme provided by Cancer Nurses for patients and families about to start chemotherapy. The session focuses on providing the right tools and knowledge to cope with chemotherapy and its side effects. The Cancer Nurse from the Daffodil Centre facilitates the group education session which includes short oral presentations and practical demonstrations and an easy to understand information pack is provided for attendees.

How to get there


Bus Éireann:
201 Mayfield – Blackpool – Knocknaheeney
208 Mayfield to Bishopstown / Curraheen via City Centre
214 St Patrick Street to Cork University Hospital
216 Mount Oval to Cork University Hospital via City Centre
219 Mahon - Bishopstown

Please check www.buseireann.ie for the most current bus timetables.


A free phone Taxi service is available from within the Hospital; one free phone is situated along the main concourse opposite the Patient Accounts office and the other is situated in the coffee bar of the Out Patients Department.


A public car park is located opposite the main hospital entrance. There is also a car park adjacent to the Emergency and Outpatients Departments as well as an underground car park in Cork University Maternity Hospital. Please see www.cuh.hse.ie for more details.


Centre Type

Daffodil Centre



Working Hours

The Daffodil Centre is located inside the main entrance of the hospital opposite the main reception desk. The opening hours are 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

Centre Address

Daffodil Centre, Cork University Hospital, Wilton, Cork.

Phone Number

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