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Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) is one of seven hospital groups established as part of the acute health sector reform programme and is led by Chief Executive, Eilísh Hardiman.


CHI was established to govern and operate paediatric services in Dublin as a single service across our existing locations at Crumlin, Temple Street, Tallaght and Connolly (Blanchardstown) as we prepare for the transition to the new facilities at the new children’s hospital on a campus shared with St James’s Hospital.  


The Children’s Hospital Programme aims to transform general paediatric and emergency care in the greater Dublin area this follows the opening of the new Paediatric Outpatients and Urgent Care Services at Connolly and Tallaght Hospitals in 2019 and 2020 respectively. It will implement an integrated clinical network for paediatrics across the health system, move services into the new children’s hospital – which is the largest capital investment in the public system.

In line with the Government’s Digital First Public Service ICT Strategy, the new hospital is planned as the first ‘Digital Hospital’ in the system with the implementation of an Electronic Healthcare Record, as well as, other evidence based standards, such as, 100% single rooms.

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Click here to view the members of the Children's Health Ireland Board.

Annual Reports

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Additional information

Find out more about the new children's hospital under construction. Or read about CHI's vision and strategy into the future.


New children's hospital

The new children’s hospital 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.

CHI Mission Vision and Values

About Children's Health Ireland

Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) provides health services for children and young people across Ireland.

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