Delivering Ireland's New Children's Hospital

Independent Report finds the new children’s hospital will have a transformative impact on Dublin 8

EY Report sets out a roadmap for ‘Harnessing the Potential’ from the new children’s hospital

Dublin, November 10th, 2015; An independent report by EY (Ernst Young), published today, outlines opportunities that would be created for residents and businesses in Dublin 8 (and parts of Dublin 12) as a result of the decision to locate the new children’s hospital (nch) on a campus shared with St. James’s Hospital.

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Ireland is one step closer to having a new world-class children’s hospital as plans are lodged with An Bord Pleanala 

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Concept design for the new children’s hospital is unveiled

The proposed design, which incorporates the two satellite hospitals planned for Tallaght and Blanchardstown, delivers on the ambition to build one of the finest children’s hospitals which will positively impact the lives of children on the island for generations.


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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 – since 1727

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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