The Royal Military Infirmary (RMI) in Dublin was located at the southeastern edge of Phoenix Park, one of several former British military installations in the area. The hospital buildings are now part of the Irish Department of Defence's estate and currently houses Ireland's Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions. The bulk of the British Army's medical services in Dublin were transferred from the RMI to a new hospital at Arbour Hill in Dublin in 1913. The Infirmary buildings are protected as they are nationally significant architecture.
Infirmary Garden is a new community garden in the grounds of the old Isolation Hospital on the east side of Infirmary Road, Dublin 7, near O’Devaney Gardens. Very close to the Phoenix Park.
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