Antrim Emergency Department is a busy district general hospital. Our new state of the art new facility opened 26th June 2013.

Our attendances last year (2018) were 88,000. We have an undifferentiated case mix which include Trauma, Paediatrics, General Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Psychiatry. Paediatrics make up about 23% of our workload.

Antrim Hospital is a modern General Hospital, commissioned in 1994, to provide a wide range of in-patient and out-patient services. Antrim Hospital is part of the Northern Trust formed in 2007 with Causeway Hospital, Coleraine, Mid-Ulster Hospital, Magherafelt, Whiteabbey Hospital, Whiteabbey, Moyle Hospital, Larne and Braid Valley Hospital, Ballymena. The total catchment population of the Trust is approximately 420,000.

ED Facilities

5 Bedded Resuscitation Area with adjacent CT scanner

14 Bedded fully monitored Major’s Area

Minor Injuries Area – 6 rooms

Paediatric area – 6 rooms, separate waiting area toilet and feeding room

10 bedded Observation Ward with 8 bay Ambulatory Emergency Care Area

2 Standalone ED radiology rooms




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