Wednesday October 21, 2020

Primary care centre owner partners for expansion

Clarington Primary Care, which owns three primary care centres with two more in the pipeline, has held talks with four potential funders from Ireland and overseas

29th October, 2017

Clarington Primary Care, a partnership between Centric Health and Leading Edge, is exploring its funding options as it seeks to expand.

The company, which owns three primary care centres with two more in the pipeline, has held talks with four potential funders from Ireland and overseas.

Clarington’s board includes PJ Monaghan, of Leading Edge project directors, and the co-founders of Centric, Maurice Cox and Ray Power. The late James Osborne, the former managing partner of...

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