Bon Secours tightens belt in spite of €21m revenue boost
Private healthcare group is conserving financial resources to buffer it from shocks during the pandemic
Bon Secours Health System, the largest provider of private healthcare in the state, recorded a €21 million spike in revenue last year, and an after-tax profit of nearly €5 million.
Despite the large increase in revenue, the directors of the group have now taken steps to conserve financial resources in light of the coronavirus pandemic, new accounts have revealed.
A large volume of planned capital expenditure has been deferred and external finance, additional to that...
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