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Care home company to create 200 jobs in North Dublin

A new 165-bed facility will create jobs for nurses, health care assistants, managers and catering staff

23rd October, 2015
Photos issued by Maxwell photography: Evie Flanagan (91), Minister Richard Bruton, and Maureen McNulty, 72, visiting the new Malahide Road facility Pic: Maxwells

A retirement and nursing home group is to employ 200 staff when it opens a new facility.

Carechoice is opening a 165-bed care home on the Malahide Road in Dublin.

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton has welcomed the announcement by the company which already employs 400 in Ireland.

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