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Cork healthcare firm to create 150 jobs as it aims to increase online sales

Healthcare21 chief critical of Brexit preparations

3rd February, 2019

Cork-based company Healthcare21 will increase its headcount from 450 to 600 over the next two years.

The medical services firm currently has staff across Ireland, Britain, Germany and Austria. Of these, 300 are on the island of Ireland.

Tara Kearney, chief executive of Healthcare21, said the bulk of the new jobs will be based in this country.

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