For stays in Follow-up care and Rehabilitation (S.S.R)

In any case, inpatient treatment must be requested by a doctor.

  • If you are admitted through a clinic and hospital:  Your admission will be requested by your doctor
  • If you arrive straight from your home:  Your GP must make a request to your Health Insurance for you to be covered.  Your admission will only be complete once written agreement from your Health Insurance has been received.

Admission to the hospital is from 11.00 am every day.

During your stay, a devoted team will care for you and will transmit information to the doctor who referred you.

If you need further information or have other requests, ask the Matron or the Front dest in the entrance, open from Monday to Friday, from 07.30 am to 07.00 pm and Saturday from 09.00 am to 12.30 pm. 

Visiting hours:  01.00 pm to 08.00 pm 

Documents required

You will have to present the following documents on admission:

  • your Admission form completed by your doctor
  • you Medical records
  • your situation report provided by the hospital if you have been referred by a clinic, hospital or accident and emergency department
  • your Identity document ( Identity card, passport, driving licence or family record book)
  • your French Health Insurance card (Carte Vitale) or your last three pay slips, or certificate of French universal health coverage (CMU)
  • your Health Insurance card (if necessary the conditions for coverage) or certificate of additional coverage under French universal coverage.
  • the three-part document provided by your employer if you have had an accident at work
  • for citizens of the European Union, a certificate of coverage (European Health Insurance Card, E111 form, etc.)
  • for citizens of the European Union who do not work in France, a request for coverage issued by an authority or the embassy of the Country covering you
  • for foreign national nationals working in France, your residence permit or passport as well as the documents required for French patients
  • for people covered by article 115 of the French Military Pensions Code, your free care and diagnosis book, if the treatment is linked to your disability, or your current Social Insurance Card.

Bring with you your examination results, x-rays, medical documents, blood group card (if you have one) and hand them to the nurse who will welcome you.

Personal belongings

For your comfort, do not forget your change of clothes and personal belongings:

  • Toiletries
  • Towel
  • Nightgown or pajamas
  • Dressing gown
  • Closed slippers
  • Outfit for the physiotherapy room if you have been prescribed sessions (jogging bottoms, shorts, trainers)
  • Paper tissues
  • Spare clothes
  • Box or case for dental prosthesis or hearing aids, if you wear them.

The ward has equipped each room with personal safes and an electronic locking system on the doors.

Returning home 

The end of your stay,

Our work does not end when you leave the hospital.  We do our utmost to facilitate your return home, depending on how you have recovered, following 2 procedures:

  • Support when returning home:  A social worker can help you return home while you are still in hospital, on request from the healthcare manager and/or medical team  
  • Outpatient Physiotherapy treatment: you can also continue your rehabilitation after leaving the Centre, with the same physiotherapy tem.
  • Your reference doctor will prescribe all the medicines and treatments you require:physiotherapy, nursing equipment and care to continue treatment in your own home.