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Education, research & innovation
CHI governs and operates acute paediatric services for the greater Dublin area and all national paediatric services, some of which are on an all-island basis. As an academic healthcare organisation, CHI is leading on the clinical and operational transformation of acute paediatric healthcare through our triple mission of integrated services, education and research and innovation. We have four locations in Dublin, CHI at Connolly, CHI at Crumlin, CHI at Tallaght and CHI at Temple Street.
Children's Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin
Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin is an acute Children’s teaching hospital located in Dublin 12. It is the national center in Ireland for a range of specialties including children’s childhood cancers and blood disorders, cardiac diseases, major burns, cystic fibrosis, and rheumatology. Our Emergency Department (ED) is open 24 hours 7 days a week.
Children's Health Ireland at Temple Street
Children’s Health Ireland at Temple Street is located on Temple Street, Dublin 1, and is part of the Children’s Health Ireland hospital group. It is a teaching hospital of University College Dublin and is responsible for the provision of quaternary and tertiary healthcare services for children.
Children's Health Ireland at Tallaght
Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) at Tallaght Children’s Outpatient and Emergency Care Unit is open 24 hours 7 days a week and is located on the grounds of Tallaght University Hospital (TUH).
Our new building is purpose built for families and delivers services – including Emergency Care, Outpatients, Radiology, as well as services from the Child Sexual Assault Forensic Unit and Child Sexual Assault Therapy Unit. Existing Outpatient Departments, utilisation of inpatient beds and theatre allocation remains in place within CHI at Tallaght in the adult hospital (TUH).
Children's Health Ireland at Connolly
Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) at Connolly in Blanchardstown Children’s Outpatient and Urgent Care Centre is part of the new model of care for children’s health services in Ireland providing care as close to the patient’s home as is clinically appropriate.
Children's Health Ireland at Herberton
The CHI Herberton office is where the CHI Commissioning Team are based.
Commissioning is the the engagement, planning and implementation activities to ensure that people, departments, services, technology, digital infrastructure, facilities and accountability structures are operationally and clinically ready to provide safe, effective patient care when the new Childrens Hospital opens – and beyond.
The CHI Herberton Office is adjacant to the new childrens hospital site which allows access when required for the commissioning team.
The Office in Herberton is located beside the Fatima Luas stop. It is also well serviced by Dublin Bus and Heuston Train station is only 2 Luas stops away. The office is a bright modern building with plenty of meeting rooms. There are canteen facilites and there are a number of coffee shops and cafés in the Rialto locality.
CHI’s Digital Health Programme Team & CHI Corporate
CHI’s Digital Health Programme Team are located at La Touché House, 4th Floor. IFSC. Dublin 1 (directly opposite Connolly Train Station).
The CHI Digital Health Programme (formerly the ICT team) aims to transform patient care across CHI. There is a global shift in healthcare towards digital solutions for many reasons; to increase data security, improve quality of care, reduce costs into the future, and reduce medical errors. The new children’s hospital will have digital capabilities to improve the experience of both patients and staff.The CHI Digital Health Programme is responsible for delivering the ICT requirements to enable CHI to operate as one as it transitions to a Digital hospital. CHI’s digital transformation is a fundamental part of the wider HSE’s digital transformation, using technology to manage and deliver health services, moving from old paper-based systems to digital systems.
The CHI Digital Health Programme consists of four work streams supported by a number of enabling work streams of dedicated project management and business engagement resources. CHI recognises the significant transformation programme that requires an integrated programme management approach, and that Digital Health is just one element of this transformation programme. The elements that are required to build such a hospital include a built and commissioned state of the art building, for the digital infrastructure to underpin and enable the operationalisation of the hospital, for the culture and people to come as one and for an Electronic Health Record to be procured and successfully implemented.
This ambitious programme will be coordinated and delivered by a dedicated team working across the existing sites. This team includes clinical, operational and technical staff who are responsible for delivering the infrastructure for the new hospital, delivery of non-clinical systems, building and implementing the EHR, and preparing staff for the new hospital and new systems.
CHI Corporate at IFSC Team are located at La Touché House, 2nd Floor. IFSC. Dublin 1
CHI Corporate offices are based on the 2nd floor of La Touché House. The following corporate departments are based here;
- Office of the CEO
- CHI Executive Team
- Human Resources
- Finance & Procurement
- Corporate Affairs & Communications
Our new children's hospital
Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) is leading on the clinical and operational transformation of acute paediatric healthcare. It is the client for the new children’s hospital project, including two new paediatric outpatient and urgent care centres. As an academic healthcare organisation, CHI is leading on the transformation of acute paediatric healthcare through our triple mission of integrated services, education and research and innovation.
The new children’s hospital (NCH) project, comprises the main hospital on the shared campus at St James’s and two paediatric Outpatient and Urgent Care Centres CHI at Connolly, Blanchardstown, and CHI at Tallaght.