High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! St. Luke's Hospital,
Rathgar, Ireland, is a hospital which has specialised in treating
cancer patients from throughout Ireland for over half a century. It
is primary national centre for radiotherapy treatment. Opened in
1952, the Hospital was founded by the Cancer Association of Ireland
on the recommendation of a consultative body set in place by the
Minister for Health and Children. The main building was designed by
the Irish architect Thomas Kennedy. He was awarded the RIAI
Triennial Gold Medal for the period 1950-52 by the Royal Institute
of the Architects of Ireland for his design of St. Luke's Hospital.
St. Luke's has been significantly funded over the last three
decades by a dedicated charity, Friends of St. Luke's. The board of
friends of St. Luke's is made up of volunteers, its chairman is Mr.
Peter Byers, property developer.
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