Useful numbers

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

Governing bodies

The RHENA clinic has various decision-making and consultation bodies, all of which emphasise multi-disciplinarity to guarantee a high quality of patient care.


Medical Establishment Conference (MEC)

Physicians who work in private health facilities who do not participate in the public hospital service form a Medical Conference which is responsible for ensuring the professional independence of practitioners and participating in the evaluation of care. 
The conference gives its opinion on the establishment's medical policy and prepares annual forecasts for the institution's activities.


The Liaison Committee for Food and Nutrition (LCFN) 

The LCFN is involved in control and maintenance of the quality of patient-centred practices regarding food and nutrition.*


The Nosocomial Infection Prevention Committee (NIPC)

The NIPC is dedicated to the prevention and surveillance of nosocomial infections, including the development and implementation of recommendations for best hygiene practice.

Made up of a multidisciplinary team, its role is to develop an annual programme of actions aimed at risk prevention, infection surveillance, informing, training and coordinating professionals in the areas of hygiene and health and the fight against nosocomial infections.


View the results of indicators for the fight against nosocomial infections:

Clinique Adassa 

Clinique du Diaconat 

Clinique Sainte Odile


The Committee on Pain Control (CPC)

The CPC coordinates the management of pain. In particular, it is involved in in staff training and ensuring protocols are correctly applied.

For further information


COMMITTEE ON medicines and sterile medical devices (cemedims)

The COMEDIMS is a medico-pharmaceutical consulting body that analyses the proper use and movement of medicines at the institution. Its role is to diagnose possible medication errors and to propose areas for improvement.


The Vigilance and Risk Management Committee (COVIRISQ)

Risk Management is based on compliance with regulations, best practice and the implementation of an evaluation system and corrective and preventive measures.


The Transfusion and Haemovigilance Safety Committee (THSC)

The THSC oversees the safety of transfused patients and the proper functioning of the haemovigilance system. This committee must also answer questions relating to transfusion safety and information circuits to improve the effectiveness of haemovigilance.


The User Committee (UC)

The mission of the UC is to:

  • ensure that users’ rights are respected.
  • assist users in procedural matters.
  • contribute to improving the policy for welcoming and taking take of users and their relatives, by providing opinions and making proposals.

Pursuant to Article R1112-81 of the Public Health Code, it comprises:

  • the legal representative of the institution or the designated person
  • the medical mediator
  • the substitute medical mediator
  • the non-medical mediator
  • the substitute non-medical mediator
  • the 2 representatives of the users
  • the 2 substitute representatives of the users.

To contact the internal representative for user relations, call +33 3 90 67 38 04

Composition of the User Committee



The RHENA Clinic has set up an Antibiotics Committee, instigated by COMEDIMS and NIPC, comprising physicians competent in antibiotic therapy and pharmacists responsible for dispensing antibiotics. 

The duties of this committee are as follows:

  • to propose and coordinate actions concerning the proper use of antibiotics
  • to help set up an organisational structure to monitor and evaluate prescriptions
  • to facilitate the collection and dissemination of information on the use of antibiotics
  • to define training courses to be implemented for medical and paramedical personnel.
  • It is the duty of the referring doctor to promote the correct use defined by the commission.