Home:03 90 67 43 62
Anaesthesia consultations:03 67 34 35 35
Radiology:03 69 06 07 08
Emergency services:03 90 67 40 10
Hand emergencies:03 90 67 40 30
Admission can be done in the morning for procedures on the same day: the schedule will be sent to you the day before. Afternoon admissions take place between 2 pm and 4 pm.
If you have not completed pre-admission: you must bring the all required documents on the day of admission.
If you are admitted to the Emergency unit, a member of your entourage will have to complete the formalities for you as soon as possible.
Welcome by the nursing staff
On arrival at the unit, the nursing staff will:
- settle you into your room
- complete your file
- provide you with information and instructions relating to your stay
- verify your identity and create an identification wristband for you Please keep it on until you leave the establishment.
- check that you have complied with all preoperative instructions get you ready for the procedure.
At each stage of your care, you will be asked to state your identity. These are mandatory security measures. Thank you for your understanding.
During the surgical procedure
- You may not wear any personal clothing or jewellery.
- You will not be allowed to wear glasses, contact lenses, dentures or hearing aids. Please place them in the boxes provided to you.
- You will not be allowed to wear hair clips, clasps or decoration.
- You must not wear make-up or nail polish.
- To ensure your safety, your health professionals will perform a checklist before all operating theatre procedures (HAS).
after the operation.
- Please report any discomfort (nausea, pain...) so that we can provide as much relief as possible.
- Please follow the instructions given to you by the nursing staff: getting up, walking, drinking, food, medications etc.
- To ensure your safety, do not get up by yourself when you return to your room. Nursing staff must be present.
Do not forget to bring your belongings:
- Nightwear, dressing gown, slippers, closed non-slip shoes
- Linen and toiletries
- Storage cases for prosthetics (dentures, glasses, hearing aids)
- Personal medications (boxes not pill boxes) and prescriptions
- Compression bands, orthopaedic equipment if required
- Comfortable and practical daywear
- Reading material, games, etc.