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Co-location withdrawal is likely by Bon Secours

The Bon Secours Healthcare Group is set to withdraw from the consortium that won the contract to build a private co-located hospital in Waterford.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
13th October, 2007

The Bon Secours Healthcare Group is set to withdraw from the consortium that won the contract to build a private co-located hospital in Waterford.

The company’s withdrawal is believed to be due to difficulties that have emerged in negotiating the terms of the proposed contract. The consortium, which includes property development firm Peleton, had planned to build a 140-bed hospital in the grounds of Waterford Regional Hospital.

It is understood that the Bon...

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