Hermitage Clinic plans paediatric primary care

The owners of the Hermitage Clinic in Dublin are in negotiations with a US firm that is planning to develop a multimillion euro paediatric clinic in Lucan.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
5th July, 2008

The owners of the Hermitage Clinic in Dublin are in negotiations with a US firm that is planning to develop a multimillion euro paediatric clinic in Lucan.

Eamonn Fitzgerald, chief executive of the 126-bed Hermitage Clinic, confirmed that management were in discussions with Sanford Health with a view to jointly developing what would be the first paediatric primary care facility in the country.

The Hermitage recently opened an emergency department, the third private hospital in...

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