Our Members

Blackrock Health, a prominent healthcare group in Ireland, encompasses three advanced hospitals: Blackrock Clinic in south Dublin known for cardiac, orthopaedic care, and state-of-the-art diagnostics; Galway Clinic in Galway renowned for its specialist services, advanced technologies, and a dedicated fertility clinic; and Hermitage Clinic in Lucan, west Dublin, celebrated for orthopaedic surgery and comprehensive personalized care. The Limerick Clinic offers cutting-edge diagnostic services, emphasizing outpatient care in various specialties. The integration of these centers into Blackrock Health aims to heighten medical standards and improve patient outcomes, with the overarching vision of becoming Ireland’s leading private hospital group.

Bon Secours Health System CLG, Ireland’s largest independent hospital group and registered charity, is celebrated for its high-quality services and deep-rooted healthcare traditions. As a not-for-profit entity, it is dedicated to delivering compassionate, world-class medical care. With over 3,000 staff, 450 top consultants, and five modern acute hospitals in Cork, Galway, Limerick, Tralee, and Dublin, as well as a Care Village in Cork, the system serves over 280,000 patients annually, making it a leading private healthcare provider in Ireland. Additionally, Bon Secours has earned international accreditation from the Joint Commission International (JCI) for its commitment to quality and patient safety.

Charter Medical is committed to delivering patient care of the highest clinical standard, emphasizing quality, respect, and compassion. Their focus is on timely and personalized medical attention, understanding the significance of health monitoring even with a healthy lifestyle. Upholding the principle that knowledge is power and putting patients first, they offer both public and private healthcare services. This encompasses specialist consultant care, primary care, preventative medicine, and a minor injuries clinic, among other services.

The Kingsbridge Private Hospital Group is the only pan-Irish Healthcare provider, with 4 Hospital & 11 outpatient care centre locations in Sligo, Belfast and Derry. Their 440 consultants and 1,000 employees provide acute, surgical & intensive care to both adult and paediatric patients, ranging from diagnostic & health screening to open heart surgery. They are the preferred choice for public sector outsourcing across Ireland, and the market leader for private patients in Northern Ireland.  Beyond its premium medical services, the Group’s five-star customer service offering ensures that every patient is warmly welcomed, treated in relaxed and comfortable surroundings whilst being presented with an exceptional culinary experience that surpasses many of Ireland’s top restaurants.

The Mater Private Network, originating from a flagship hospital in Dublin, now includes two acute hospitals in Dublin and Cork, two Day Hospitals in Dublin, specialist Radiotherapy Centres in Limerick and Liverpool, and several regional out-patient clinics. Renowned for medical innovation and expertise in heart and cancer care, both Dublin and Cork hospitals hold the JCI Gold status. Mater Private Dublin was founded by Sister Gemma Byrne in 1986, and now offers 210 patient beds and over 200 leading consultants. The Cork hospital opened in 2012, with Day Hospitals launching in 2019 and three Outreach Clinics further extending their reach. .

Nua Healthcare Services was  established in 2004 and is Ireland’s largest provider of specialist Residential, Supported Living, and Community Outreach services for individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and Mental Health conditions. With a national presence through over 100 services and a team of 3,000 social care and clinical professionals, Nua is renowned for its expertise in managing complex comorbid presentations. Regulated by the Health Information & Quality Authority and the Mental Health Commission, Nua invests significantly in the communities in which it operates through its innovative Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) initiatives. Committed to expanding its comprehensive care models, Nua’s mission is to support meaningful and fulfilling lives across communities in Ireland

Saint John of God Hospital, part of the Hospitaller Services Group, is a leading European independent acute psychiatric teaching hospital with 180 in-patient beds, specializing in Substance Misuse, Psychotic Disorders, Eating Disorders, Psychiatry of Later Life, and Adolescent Disorders. Affiliated with prominent universities like University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin City University, and the University of Limerick, the hospital emphasizes clinical research, innovative treatment programs, and is certified by the Mental Health Commission in line with the Mental Health Act 2001. With a national and international referral base, the institution is not only dedicated to providing superior patient care but also focuses on training healthcare professionals through its collaboration with academic and professional entities, all made possible by its team of skilled professionals.

St Vincent’s Private Hospital, Dublin’s largest private hospital, is situated within Ireland’s only integrated multi-hospital campus, sharing resources and expertise with the renowned St Vincent’s University Hospital. As a not-for-profit charity, they handle a significant volume of patients with diverse and complex needs. Their offerings include access to a vast number of consultant specialties, comprehensive clinical and psychological support services, treatment for insured patients, and a rigorously monitored environment meeting international accreditation standards. 

UMPC Ireland‘s commitment is to reshape healthcare delivery by centering our efforts around patients, employees, and the local community, thereby actualizing life-changing medicine. They aim to boost the South East’s economic growth through foreign direct investment while promoting healthcare excellence and innovation. Their strategy involves cultivating global academic ties to foster innovative care, collaborating with public, insurance entities, and other organizations to tackle systemic healthcare challenges, and solidifying academic and research connections in Ireland, the U.S., and Italy.