The RCSI Graduate School of Healthcare Management has developed a reputation for delivering superior quality provision that makes an impact on healthcare worldwide.
We offer a range of programmes co-designed to suit client requirements and developed to address leadership education and training needs in a targeted and specific manner.
Our executive development programmes offer innovative, insightful and immersive development opportunities for both current and future leaders, tasked with the planning and delivery of patient care.
Programmes are applied and experiential in nature, exposing participants to new ideas and leadership approaches based on international best-practice, and enable participants to put these ideas into practice in their own professional setting.
A central component of our executive development offering is co-design. Clients co-design their leadership development programmes, identifying individual and group priorities, learning opportunities and inputs.
Our clients are leading healthcare service providers across Ireland, the Middle East and Africa.
These organisations have benefited from the RCSI Graduate School of Healthcare Management’s tailored healthcare strategy and leadership solutions.
The business division of the HSE, providing services and solutions across the health sector.
Supporting the education and development of health and social care professions in the publicly-funded health services in Ireland.
Group comprising of Beaumont Hospital, Cavan General Hospital, Connolly Hospital, Louth County Hospital, Monaghan Hospital, Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital – Drogheda and the Rotunda Hospital.
Ireland's largest and most complex hospital group, comprising 11 hospitals which span eight counties.
National provider of public health and social care services to all citizens.
Ireland’s largest independent hospital group, comprising acute hospitals in Cork Galway, Limerick, Tralee and Dublin and a Care Village in Cork.
What our clients say
"The programme allowed participants to learn from each other as much as from the subject matter experts. The ability to share experiences and develop a network, reduces the sense of isolation often associated with senior clinical leadership roles."