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First health public/private partnership goes to tender

The country's first public/private partnership in healthcare will go to tender later this month, with 14 primary care centres set to be delivered.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
7th September, 2014

The country’s first public/private partnership in healthcare will go to tender later this month, with 14 primary care centres set to be delivered.

A tender for the construction and operation of the centres will be issued to three shortlisted companies by the end of this month. They will be located in Westport, Claremorris, Boyle, Ballymote, Ballinrobe, Tuam, Limerick, Carrick-on-Suir, Waterford, Dungarvan, Wexford, Kilcock, Coolock and Summerhill (Dublin 7).

The care centres were among 35...

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