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26 York Street

RCSI’s new €80m medical education building, 26 York Street, represents our vision for a world-class educational facility that will put RCSI at the global forefront of innovation in healthcare education and training.

The RCSI campus has formed part of the streetscape of Dublin for over 230 years and now our new building at 26 York Street, opening in autumn 2017, will provide an emotionally rich educational experience for students and surgeons alike. It will facilitate the development of core technical and non-technical skills in a safe, simulated environment, allowing early clinical education to be delivered away from the patient’s bedside and offering trainees the opportunity to learn safe surgical practice and develop operative skills in our new surgical training suite with a mock operating theatre, and clinical training wards.

This state-of-the-art facility, over 10 floors – six above ground and four below will provide medical students, surgical trainees and staff with modern cutting-edge facilities that will promote the development of the RCSI community at the heart of the city.

As well as being the home of the new National Surgical & Clinical Centre, 26 York Street also includes a 540-seat auditorium, a library spanning three floors with 500 study spaces, a sports hall and fitness suite, and has been designed to be both energy efficient and environmentally responsible.

Take a short tour of the new building by clicking on the images below.