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Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin, Temple Street, Tallaght and Connolly is working towards the opening of two Paediatric Outpatients and Urgent Care Centres. CHI has a range of opportunities to join our existing teams, in delivering enhanced paediatric services to transform children’s healthcare.
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To promote and provide child-centred, research-led and learning informed healthcare, to the highest standards of safety and excellence, in partnership with each other, with children, young people and their families through a network of children’s services in Ireland.
The most significant capital investment project ever undertaken in healthcare in Ireland
Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) at Crumlin, Temple Street, Tallaght and Connolly is working towards the opening of two Paediatric Outpatients (OPD) and Urgent Care Centres (UCC) in tandem with the construction of the new children’s hospital on the St James Hospital campus site. The first of these OPDs and UCCs is due to open at Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown in 2019 and the second is due to open at Tallaght Hospital in 2020. CHI has a range of opportunities for HCPs (Healthcare Professionals) to join our existing teams, in delivering enhanced paediatric services to transform children’s healthcare in Ireland.
Extensive opportunities to be involved in the shaping the delivery of specialist services
The opportunity to work alongside and learn from established Consultant Colleagues and the interdisciplinary teams across the three children’s hospitals in Dublin. Along with exciting Education, Research and Innovation opportunities
The HMNI campaign founded by Dr Kate Granger in 2014, which reminds staff about the importance of introductions in healthcare has been rolled out across all CHI locations. At the very core of this campaign we ask all staff to introduce themselves whenever they interact with patients and families and with each other. When we explain things clearly and with care and compassion, people have more confidence and trust in us and are more likely to take our advice, and follow medical guidance. They are happy to ask us questions about our advice so that they can take better care of their health. But we always start with the all-important personal introduction.