40 rue Worth, 92150 Suresnes
Foch Hospital was born out of a generous idea embodied by the Foundation “franco-américaine du Mont-Valérien”, also known as the Foundation “Maréchal Foch”, recognized as being of public utility as of its establishment in 1929.
As a private health institution in the public interest, covering essential adult medical and surgical disciplines, Foch Hospital officially serves as a reference for other hospitals, particularly for its clusters dealing with neuroscience, respiratory tracts, urology and nephrology, and obstetrics and gynecology. Multidisciplinarity and the high level of medical care at Foch Hospital are supported by an especially strong technical platform.
Foch Hospital is the largest private university hospital in France.
25 rue Manin, 75019 Paris
Founded in 1905 in the heart of Paris, Rothschild Foundation Hospital is recognized as being of public utility. It treats all head and neck diseases, from screening to surgery for the most complex cases – for adults and children, urgent or scheduled. With state-of-the-art techniques as well as medical and surgical teams, the Foundation is ranked top among French hospitals every year for its disciplines, including ophthalmology, neurology, neurosurgery, interventional neuroradiology and ENT. As a university hospital, the Foundation plays a key role in medical research; each year, it attracts numerous students from the best universities and participates in many cooperation and international exchange programs.
The recognized quality of its care, its cutting-edge techniques and the excellence of its teams attract patients from France and 45 foreign countries.
125 rue d'Avron, 75020 Paris
Diaconesses Croix Saint-Simon Hospital Group is a non-profit private hospital, created on the initiative of the “Fondation des Diaconesses de Reuilly (Versailles)” and the “Fondation Œuvre de la Croix Saint-Simon (Paris)”. The establishment regularly leads French media rankings for its various medical and surgical specialties: joint replacement surgery, gastroenterological surgery, urology, gynecology, gastroenterology, interventional proctology, internal medicine, medical oncology, rheumatology, maternity (type 1), medically assisted reproduction. It is a national reference hospital for treatment of bone and joint infections as well as Fabry disease. It is equipped with the highest diagnosis and care technology such as a surgical robot and a 3D tomosynthesis system. The establishment is a key player in clinical research, not only recognized for the high quality of its treatments and technical expertise, but also for the overall level of care it provides to patients. It is composed of two sites in Paris: Croix Saint-Simon Hospital and Diaconesses Hospital (maternity and palliative care).