Delivering Ireland's New Children's Hospital

Clinical Vision

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

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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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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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Working together for our Children

The new children’s hospital will merge three existing children’s hospitals into one body called the Children’s Hospital Group and plans to locate adjacent to St. James’s (adult) Hospital.

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39 specialties with advanced facilities

Offering no less than 39 Paediatric specialties, care in the new hospital will be supported with state-of-the-art equipment, facilities and systems. It will be the national hospital for the island of Ireland catering for children and young people in need of specialist and complex care.

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Healthcare supported by research and education

The new children’s hospital will play a central role in educating and training doctors, nurses, health and social care professionals who specialise in Paediatrics and neonatology. The hospital will be ‘research active’ with the knowledge that today’s child health research is tomorrow’s standard of care.

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