Bon Secours

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People take part in a candlelit vigil in memory of the residents of  the Bon Secours Mother and Baby Home in Tuam.  Photograph: Ray Ryan

When PJ Haverty joined a candle-lit walk into Tuam, Co Galway on Wednesday night, he could only think of the distressed steps taken on the very same r(...)

Private hospital group Bon Secours Health System plans to spend almost €160 million on expanding and upgrading its facilities across the Republic.

Private hospital group Bon Secours Health System plans to spend almost €160 million on expanding and upgrading its facilities across the Republic. (...)

Have you ever felt uncomfortable asking your partner to use a condom? Have you ever been pressured into not using one?

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are on the rise, so if you’re having sex – whether you’re 17 or 70 – it’s time to think about getting an STI t(...)

Jack Cairns, a newly qualified occupational therapist, considers his options at the Health Sector Jobs Fair in Dublin on Saturday. Photograph: Irish Times

Jack Cairns plans to use his newly acquired medical qualification to see the world. “I just want to travel. Start over in England and slowly move acro(...)

A  woman has told gardaí a member of staff raped her as she was undressing for an examination in the Bon Secours Hospital, Tralee, Co Kerry.  File photograph: Thinkstock/Getty Images

Gardaí have launched an investigation after a patient at a hospital claimed she was raped by one of the medical staff working there. The woman, who i(...)

Radiography in the Bon Secours Hospital, Cork: Bon Secours runs private hospitals and healthcare facilities in Cork, Dublin, Galway, Tralee and Limerick. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Bon Secours private healthcare group is poised to take over Barrington’s Hospital for a reported €15 million. Cork-based Bon Secours Health System, o(...)

High points are required to study occupational therapy, a rewarding and challenging career

Vera McGrath is an Occupational Therapist. She repeated the Leaving Certificate in 2008 at St Aloysius College, Carrigtwohill, Co Cork. I am the you(...)

The entrace of the Magdalene laundry on Stanhope Street North in Dublin. A new service will help those affected by the mother-and-baby homes prepare witness statements ahead of the commission of investigation into the homes. File  photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Women and others whose lives were affected by the mother-and-baby homes, including those forcibly adopted as babies, have been urged to avail of a fre(...)

Wicklow-based firm Augustus Cullen Law appealed after the High Court upheld a Taxing Master’s decision allowing a €276,000 instruction fee and not the €485,000, based on €375 an hour, claimed. The defendant argued €250,000 was the appropriate fee.

The Court of Appeal has overturned a ruling that almost halved a €485,000 instruction fee claimed by solicitors in a medical negligence case. A fresh (...)

Scans on a digital tablet: data collection and analysis can be used to better plan and design health services

It is generally recognised that the application of modern data analytics and ICT to healthcare can deliver significant efficiencies and cost savings (...)

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