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Children’s hospital health tech cluster planned by IDA

Senior executives in the IDA are working on the project

31st January, 2016
Minister for Health Leo Varadker wants the new Children's Hospital to be “born digital” Picture: Rollingnews

The IDA is working on a strategic plan to build a healthcare innovation centre near the site of the new National Children’s Hospital.

The state’s foreign direct investment agency is hoping to attract international cutting-edge firms to locate themselves close to the main site of the €650 million project on the campus of St James’s Hospital in Dublin.

Senior executives in the IDA are working on the project which...

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