In July 2011, a collaborative agreement in relationship to the establishment of Trinity Health (Ireland) was signed by the three participating institutions, Tallaght University Hospital, St. James's Hospital, Trinity College Dublin and The Coombe Women and Infant’s University Hospital joined in 2013. This allows for the incorporation of operational activities between the School of Medicine and its major teaching hospitals, in a manner designed to maximise the capacity for delivering high quality clinical care, providing excellence in medical education and training and delivering high quality biomedical research and contributing to the economic and social development in an integrated way. By working together as a group, we can develop priorities and identify areas in which we can maximise our opportunities both from a clinical, educational and research and operational way in order to provide economies of scale, but also to develop a focus of real strength within medicine in Ireland.


THI's vision is to measurably improve the quality of life of our patients by delivering a worldclass healthcare system which seamlessly integrates community, primary and social care with specialist hospital care and rapidly delivers the benefits of new research and therapies to the healthcare system.