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New primary care clinic promises 'over 100 jobs'

A scanning clinic will open in the centre in June, with five jobs immediately – it says over 100 people will be employed when the centre is fully operational.

A NEW PRIMARY care clinic being set up in Dublin city centre is promising over 100 jobs when it is fully open.

Euromedic Ireland has announced the opening of a new €1.5m medical scanning clinic in the capital.

The scanning centre will be located in the new €6m Meath Primary Care clinic on the site of the former Meath Hospital in Dublin 8.

It says that over 100 people will be employed at Meath Primary Care in total when the centre is fully operational in July 2014.

Euromedic Ireland’s clinic will open in June, and the company say the new centre “will ease the burden on surrounding hospitals by offering fast access to MRI and Ultrasound scans”.

Job promises

The new Euromedic facility will create five new jobs in the administration and clinical areas when it opens in the 30,000 square foot primary care centre.

The facility will bring Euromedic’s total number of medical scanning centres in Ireland to seven and represents a further investment of €1.5 million by the company.

Euromedic Ireland will take over 2,000 square feet on the ground floor of the new primary healthcare centre, where it will offer MRI and Ultrasound scans.

Meath Primary Care Centre will also house 10 GPs, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, dental clinic, audiology, wound clinic, pharmacy, and an extensive consultant suite which will house orthopaedic and ophthalmology services amongst others.

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