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Engaging innovators and companies with world class hospitals and healthcare providers, Health@GEC is building a deserved reputation in this critical sector. We’re enabling people and companies worldwide to solve some of the key challenges in healthcare today. We work closely with Ireland’s leading hospitals helping them inculcate a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship across their teams. Come and talk to us today about everything from Funders, Innovators, Technologies – an amazing space to scale your growing business…
Global Healthcare Forum visits The Guinness Enterprise Centre
GEC Healthcare Innovators showcase their innovation and research plans to over 130 healthcare executives from 22 countries.
Texas Medical Center visits the GEC Health Cluster after announcing Strategic Biobridge Partnership with Ireland
GEC Healthcare Start-ups pitch to TMC during visit to announce Stategic Biobridge Partnership with Enterprise Ireland. TMC visit advances connections between Ireland’s medtech industry and the world’s largest medical city.
Children's Health Ireland launches Innovation Strategy at the GEC
CHI Chief Executive Eilish Hardiman, Prof Paul McNally and the innovation team, clinicians and GEC Healthcare Innovators came together at the GEC in May to launch CHI’s innovation strategy 2022-2025. One of the key ways CHI will achieve their strategy is through innovation. The CHI Innovation strategy 2022-2025 outlines how they will establish and develop an innovation environment to translate the enormous potential that exists, across CHI and with our partners, into meaningful innovations that improve the health of children and young people.
Health @ GEC in Partnership with St James's Hospital
St James’s Hospital is Ireland’s largest acute academic teaching hospital and is based in Dublin’s south inner city. Its fundamental purpose is the delivery of health treatment, care and diagnosis as well as health promotion and preventative services at local, regional and national levels. The hospital’s academic partner is Trinity College Dublin. It is one of eight adult-designated national cancer centres in the country and its campus offers a hub of services designed to meet patients’ needs.
The vision for St James’s Hospital into the future is to be a leading healthcare organisation, nationally and internationally, and to improve health outcomes through collaboration and innovation. The hospital welcomes and looks forward to the future opening of the National Children’s Hospital, Phase 2 of the St Luke’s Radiation Centre, and the transfer of the Coombe Women and Infants University Hospital facility to the campus.
Our Health Innovators
FoodMarble is a digital health company committed to transforming gut health through technology. They focus on the best digestive health research and find ways of making those solutions accessible to everyone. Having developed a pocket-sized breath testing device which helps people track and understand their digestion, FoodMarble is providing a personalized solution for those seeking to improve their gut health and live a healthier life overall.
Kids Speech Labs is a digital health company helping providers of children’s health services deliver a remote care pathway, initially focusing on speech and language therapy services. With the current system overly reliant on face to face appointments for every part of the care pathway our mission is to empower HCPs to deliver effective care to families on waiting lists.
Körber Pharma provides software solutions for the digitalization of pharmaceutical, biotech, cell & gene therapy manufacturing. At our Dublin offices, based in the GEC, our team provides Manufacturing Execution System (MES) project support and consulting services to Life Science companies that deliver medicines to patients in a highly regulated environment.
Selio Medical is the developer of the Selio Sealant System, a novel medical device for preventing the life-threatening complication of lung collapse during lung cancer diagnosis, also known as ‘pneumothorax’. This innovative device will improve the lives of lung cancer patients and by preventing unnecessary hospital admission for treatment, will also significantly reducing healthcare costs.
RedZinc Services is a software company that specialises in mobile telemedicine with a video consultation platform, BlueEye, and integrated web portal to manage real-time video streaming and remote access for healthcare and other industries. Their platform is suitable for clinicians, emergency doctors, paramedics, telemaintenance and public safety.
Health professionals need comprehensive, accurate information to treat patients effectively. Patients also require this to understand their health better and manage their lifestyle more effectively. Cushla gives access to a patient’s full health and lifestyle history via one completely secure, easily accessible app. This offers everyone greater certainty, convenience and understanding and enables an easier, more productive dialogue between patients and practitioners
AMNEXIS develops and operates mobile applications for medical staff, supporting them in care and treatment processes, allowing both access to and generation of patient records in real time, using mobile technology, speech recognition and ai. The core application “PatLog” is a virtual assistant for caregivers and clinicians, which substantially reduces their time spent on creating and retrieving patient records, freeing up much needed care capacity of up to additional 20%.
Health@GEC News & Insights
Health@GEC innovator & medical device company, Selio Medical, is revolutionising lung cancer diagnosis
In August of 2020, Selio Medical was delighted to welcome the Tanaiste Leo Varadkar and Enterprise Ireland CEO Julie Sinnamon, to the new Selio Medical
(Pictured from left to right) Orla Veale, Programme Director for the Academic Health Science Centre at St James’s Hospital, Donal Morris, CEO and Founder of
Spright, a medical aviation company, is leveraging their expertise in aviation and culture of innovation to bring drone-based, life-saving solutions to healthcare. As a Guinness
A new Dublin-based healthcare innovation cluster aims to foster collaboration between start-ups, medical practitioners and patients, spurring innovation in the sector. Formed by the Guinness
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