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Smyth may bid to develop new children’s hospital

Property developer Noel Smyth and the consortium behind the Beacon hospital in Sandyford in Dublin are among the groups interested in developing a new national children’s hospital.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
4th February, 2006

Property developer Noel Smyth and the consortium behind the Beacon hospital in Sandyford in Dublin are among the groups interested in developing a new national children’s hospital.

Under a plan unveiled last Friday, all three Dublin children’s hospitals will transfer to a new 380-bed facility. The decision is expected to cause a turf war between the Mater and Tallaght hospitals, which are also vying for the project. The plan has thrown into doubt...

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