Bon Secours private healthcare business worth over €120m

In 2015 alone, the company generated a profit of €2.3 million

12th March, 2017
The Bon Secours Hospital in Glasnevin, DublinFergal Phillips

The lucrative private healthcare business owned by the order of nuns that ran the Tuam mother and baby home is worth between €120 million and €150 million, according to a detailed analysis by this newspaper.

Bon Secours Health System has grown to become the biggest private hospital group in the country and now has annual revenue of more than €230 million.

In 2015 alone, the company generated a profit of €2.3 million, according to its...

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