Bon Secours team up with Kerry GAA

Footballers and hurlers throughout the Kingdom will be in safe hands in 2013 after the Bon Secours Hospital, Tralee, announced it has become the healthcare partner to the GAA in Kerry.

And they’ll get straight to work with hospital consultants set to meet with club officials early in the new year to outline what is on offer and to learn how they can meet the clubs’ needs.

Donna Roche, the manager at Bon Secours Hospital, said: “The GAA is the lifeblood of every community in Ireland and we are proud to team-up with Kerry GAA.”

Kerry County Board chairman, Patrick O’Sullivan, said: “We are delighted to officially welcome Bons Secours, Tralee as our healthcare partner.’’


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