Sláinte Healthcare works with a number of private and public healthcare organizations worldwide,
all of whom we are proud to be associated with.
A limited selection of our clients are listed below:
The One Healthcare Group Ltd was established in July 2014 to develop and operate state-of-the-art private hospital facilities across the breadth of the UK. We have a number of exciting developments that are already under way including our facility at Ashford in Kent...
Bendigo Health provide health care across the entire lifespan from pre-natal and newborn babies to the aged, their families and carers. Services are provided through more than 40 locations across an area a quarter the size of Victoria including:
- A 653 bed high acuity teaching hospital
- A 60 bed rehabilitation unit
- Mental health through hospital, community and outreach services
- Residential aged care services
Calvary serves communities and individuals through more than 20 health, aged and community care services throughout New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and the Northern Territory by providing:
- Public and private hospitals
- Retirement living and residential aged care
- Community care and
- Comprehensive palliative care
Foundational to the spirituality of Mary Potter was the recognition of, and deep respect for, the unique dignity and beauty of the human person and a desire that all persons experience the care and concern of others. Through interaction with our Calvary services, people will have a greater sense of their own worth and dignity.
Beacon Private Hospital, located in south Dublin is one of the most advanced hospitals in Europe, with over 800 Consultants, nurses and healthcare professionals. The hospital, which opened in October 2006, has 183 acute care beds, nine operating theatres and two linear accelerators. With over 200 consultants and 600 highly skilled personnel, the hospital treated circa 100,000 patients in 2014.
Operation Smile is an international children's medical charity that heals children's smiles, forever changing their lives.
As an international charity for children, they measure themselves by the joy we see on all of the faces they help. Operation Smile are more than a charity. More than an NGO. They're a mobilized force of medical professionals and caring hearts who provide safe, effective reconstructive surgery and related medical care for children born with facial deformities such as cleft lip and cleft palate.
The Chris O’Brien Lifehouse at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney is a world-class cancer treatment and research facility providing integrated care to patients and carers, building on the services provided at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital – Sydney University precinct at Camperdown, Sydney.
A centre of excellence, The Chris O’Brien Lifehouse at RPA will integrate clinical care, research and education creating opportunities for innovative discoveries, compassionate holistic care and better outcomes for patients.
A charity, Lifehouse at RPA is a not-for-profit Public Benevolent institution. Income will be re-invested to continually innovate and improve services treating both public and private patients. During 2013, the Sydney Cancer Centre and all its services will transition into the Lifehouse facility which will be open to public and private patients.
Serco Serco began in the 1920s as a UK subsidiary of Radio Corporation of America, providing technical support for the country's growing cinema industry. Just over 30 years later, they won work that was to shape our future direction. From a maintenance contract for the UK Ballistic Missile Early Warning System at the Royal Air Force base at Fylingdales, they expanded into the operation of its technical facilities. In the 1980s this model was acknowledged as best practice by the UK Ministry of Defence and rolled out for the management of other defence facilities.
LauraLynn The history of the hospice has evolved over many years from its beginnings in 1925 as a convalescence home for children from the inner city, to the recent opening in 2011 of LauraLynn House, a dedicated 8 bed children’s palliative care unit. This award winning healthcare building and it’s everyday operations are funded by the generous support of donors.
The Health Service Executive (HSE) is responsible for the provision of healthcare providing health and personal social services for everyone living in Ireland, with public funds. The Executive was established by the Health Act, 2004 and came into official operation on 1 January 2005. The Minister for Health has overall responsibility for the Executive in Government. The HSE is Ireland's largest employer with over 67,000 direct employees, and another 40,000 in funded health care organisations.
SEHA owns and operates 12 hospitals with 2,644 beds, 62 ambulatory care, family care and urgent care centers and 2 blood banks. SEHA is one of the largest integrated healthcare providers in the Middle East with 16,500 doctors, nurses...
Cork University Hospital (CUH) is the largest university teaching hospital in Ireland and is the only Level 1 Trauma centre in the country due to the presence of over 40 different medical and surgical specialties on the campus.
CUH has 25,500 inpatient admissions, 27,000 day cases, and 58,000 emergency cases (A&E) annually, making it one of the busiest hospitals in the country. Cork University Hospital with 800 beds is the largest hospital in Ireland and this will increase further to 1,000 beds with the opening of an €85m Cardiac / Renal centre in 2010.