Investors maintain healthy interest in private hospitals

A string of wealthy tycoons and funds are all trying to check in to the private healthcare model

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
30th December, 2014

It has been a turbulent year for the Bon Secours nuns. Last June, allegations that the bones of hundreds of babies and toddlers lay in a mass grave at a former mother and baby home run by the order in Tuam made international news.

And earlier in the year, the order revealed that, in 2013, the profits at its group of private hospitals had dropped by nearly 40 per cent from the previous year.

The Bons, as...

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