Local Minister Denis Naughten is undertaking a new project – ‘Reimagining St Brigid’s’ – which aims to stimulate debate on the future of the Ballinasloe site.

“St Brigid’s Hospital is an iconic landmark in Ballinasloe. With the assistance of the public, this project will be the first step in reimagining what the future could hold for it,” explained Minister Naughten.

As part of this project, Minister Naughten is inviting everyone with views on the future of the St. Brigid’s Hospital campus to spend a few moments completing the below online survey, which will explore how people use the town and its amenities, and what they think is missing.

“This is an exploratory process and each survey response will be read and analysed and form part of a wider discussion on the potential future use of this site,” added Minister Naughten.

How to get involved and have your say:

Please fill out this survey telling us more about your experience in Ballinasloe, your hopes for the future, and ideas for the reimagination of the Hospital site.

The survey will take 4 minutes to complete: Link to survey

Option to send in handwritten submission to:

Denis Naughten TD, Abbey Street, Roscommon Town, Co. Roscommon.

If you have difficulty for any reason with the survey or would like it in a different format for accessibility reasons, please feel free to email:

How the information will be used:

*The information which you share today will be used to form an overall report and next steps for the reimagination of St Brigid’s and will not be attributed to individual people.  Your details will not be provided to any other parties.

The survey is just an initial gathering of ideas – if the project goes ahead, there will be deeper public consultation in the future.