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Brendan McAtamney, chief executive of UDG Healthcare. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Healthcare services company UDG Healthcare said pre-tax profit in the third quarter was ahead of the same quarter a year earlier The company said the(...)

UDG Healthcare chief executive Brendan McAtamney at the company’s AGM earlier this year. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Irish healthcare service provider UDG expects growth to be “impacted by planned investments”. The comments came as the group reported full-year figure(...)

UDG Healthcare now operates in two divisions - Sharp and Ashfield. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Shares in service provider UDG Healthcare fell by more than 10 per cent on Wednesday after the group flagged weaknesses at its division responsible f(...)

UDG operates across three divisions: Ashfield, Sharp and Aquilant. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Healthcare services provider UDG has said it has “a strong pipeline” of potential acquisitions lined up as it reported a sharp rise in revenue and pro(...)

UDG Healthcare chairman Peter Gray, chief executive Brendan McAtamney and chief financial officer Alan Ralph at the company’s agm at the Westbury Hotel in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

US tax cuts from president Donald Trump have fuelled demand for Irish-headquartered UDG Healthcare’s services to grow, the company said. Chief execu(...)

UDG Healthcare employs over 8,000 people across 23 countries. Photograph: David Sleator/THE IRISH TIMES

Pretax profits at service provider UDG Healthcare increased by 17 per cent driven by a “combination of underlying and acquisition growth”. In its f(...)

 UDG Healthcare: Revenues rose by 8 per cent in the six months to March 31st to $578.9 million (€516 million). Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

International healthcare services provider UDG Healthcare reported a solid performance in the first half of the year as it upped its full-year guidan(...)

UDG reported a net profit on the disposal in April of its Irish drug supply business as well as its UK-based travel healthcare operation, Masta, of €132.1 million

UDG Healthcare plans to sell its 35 per cent stake in Northern Irish pharmacy chain MediCare as part of its overhaul and sole focus on providing outso(...)

UDG said it had not yet seen any material impact of the UK Brexit vote on underlying trading performance. Photograph: David Sleator

Healthcare services provider UDG said on Thursday that in the nine months to June 30th, group revenue and operating profit were “well ahead” of 2015,(...)

Brendan McAtamney (53) joined UDG Healthcare in September 2013 as chief operating officer, having previously held senior management positions with Abbott.

Brendan McAtamney is to step into the role of chief executive of healthcare services provider UDG at the company’s agm in Dublin today, assuming the (...)

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