Delivering Ireland's New Children's Hospital

Delivering economic benefits for the local community – the new children’s hospital

Pioneering Community Benefit Clauses creating jobs for local people and contracts for local businesses 4 new entrants* (10% of the workforce) employed full-time during enabling works, for 147 work weeks 270 person years** of employment (14,000 work weeks) to be delivered by new entrants over the remainder of the construction. 33% of contracts in enabling […]

Why we need a new children’s hospital – a parent’s perspective

Pioneering Community Benefit Clauses creating jobs for local people and contracts for local businesses 4 new entrants* (10% of the workforce) employed full-time during enabling works, for 147 work weeks 270 person years** of employment (14,000 work weeks) to be delivered by new entrants over the remainder of the construction. 33% of contracts in enabling […]

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Delivering the right care in the right place

A network of care with a new children’s hospital at the epicentre will reach out through satellites and regional centres to deliver comprehensive paediatric care for Ireland’s children and young people.

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Watch this video to hear why this hospital needs to be built as soon as possible

Pioneering Community Benefit Clauses creating jobs for local people and contracts for local businesses 4 new entrants* (10% of the workforce) employed full-time during enabling works, for 147 work weeks 270 person years** of employment (14,000 work weeks) to be delivered by new entrants over the remainder of the construction. 33% of contracts in enabling […]

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Bringing Our Best Together Under One Roof

There are numerous benefits to having one national children’s hospital where all complex care can be provided to serve the needs of children, young people and families.

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A world class addition to a Dublin 8 tradition of healthcare

St. James’s Campus developed the blending together of different traditions – in 1727 a foundling hospital was opened on the site, Jonathan Swift and Arthur Guinness were among those that served on the board of governors. That blend of tradition is continued today to the country’s largest academic teaching hospital.

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