US healthcare giant worth $14 billion has big Irish plans
Nonprofit healthcare group is also looking at opportunities in the insurance, information technology and specialist transplant sectors in Ireland
A $14 billion American healthcare giant has said it has big investment plans for Ireland, from building a network of cancer centres to moving into nursing homes.
Chuck Bogosta, president of the international arm of UPMC, said his nonprofit healthcare group was also looking at opportunities in the insurance, information technology and specialist transplant sectors in Ireland.
Bogosta said that UPMC was working on a new joint venture with the Bon Secours in Cork to own...
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