Hermitage Clinic shows reduction in losses

The Hermitage Medical Clinic, which is backed by a group of businessmen including beef baron Larry Goodman and property mogul Sean Mulryan, reduced its losses to €620,000 last year - down from €11.2 million in 2008.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
13th November, 2010

The Hermitage Medical Clinic, which is backed by a group of businessmen including beef baron Larry Goodman and property mogul Sean Mulryan, reduced its losses to €620,000 last year - down from €11.2 million in 2008.

Accounts just filed for the private hospital in west Dublin showed that turnover for 2009 increased to €50.6 million, compared to €33.7 million the previous year.

The 126-bed clinic opened its doors in 2006, at a cost of €125 million. It...

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