This department provides inpatient rehabilitation services to older people who are referred to Peamount from a general hospital following an illness or accident. There are 25 beds in this unit.

Patients are admitted under the following cohorts: Active In-Patient Respiratory Care; Sleep Diagnosis & Treatment; Chronic Lung Infections; Chronic Hypoventilatory Respiratory Failure (CHRF).

After winning the 2010 FAI Women's Cup, Peamount United qualified for the 2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League. They finished second in their group and, as the best runners-up, they qualified for the Round of 32. They were the first Republic of Ireland team, including men's team, to qualify for the knockout stages of a European competition.[20]

The Respiratory Department helps people with chronic lung conditions e.g. COPD and sleep disorders. Patients are generally transferred to this unit following from a general hospital once their condition has stabilised. This unit has 25 beds.

With a squad that included Nicola Sinnott, Aine O'Gorman, Sara Lawlor, Katie Taylor and Louise Quinn, Peamount United won a treble in 2010, winning the Dublin Women's Soccer League, the DWSL Premier Cup and the FAI Women's Cup.[2][3][4][5]

After winning the inaugural 2011–12 Women's National League, Peamount United qualified for the 2012–13 UEFA Women's Champions League.