Main specialities _
In addition to our exceptional people skills, we offer cutting-edge medical and technical units comparable to those offered by any university hospital. The Clinic is a centre of multidisciplinary skills especially renowned for its state-of-the-art areas of medical specialisation.
Anaesthesiology is a medical specialisation dedicated to the prevention and relief of pain before, during and after an operation. It also covers patient resuscitation.
Cardiology is a medical specialisation dedicated to the heart and blood vessels and their related diseases. Interventional cardiology focuses on cardiac diseases requiring non-invasive procedures (catheter-based treatment) without surgery.
Radiology is the medical specialisation dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of lesions within the body using medical imaging.
Gastroenterology is the medical specialisation dedicated to the diagnosis and non-invasive treatment of gastrointestinal disorders from the oesophagus to the rectum.
Gynaecology and obstetrics
Gynaecology and obstetrics are the medical specialisations dedicated to women. Gynaecology encompasses everything related to the female genital organs, while obstetrics relates to the care of pregnant women.
Intensive medicine is the medical specialisation dedicated to the monitoring and treatment of patients whose vital functions are impaired or threatened (patients who have undergone a complex operation or who are at risk, have been in an accident or are suffering from an acute illness).
Medical and surgical oncology
Medical and surgical oncology is the medical specialisation dedicated to the diagnosis and medical and surgical treatment of different cancers.
The neurology is a medical specialisation dedicated to the nervous system’s diseases.
Neurosurgery is the medical specialisation dedicated to surgical treatment of problems of the brain, back and nervous system.
Nuclear medicine is an imaging technique for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes, used for certain pathologies by intravenous administration of radioactive tracers.
Orthopaedics and traumatology are medical specialisations dedicated to the surgical treatment of physical trauma, and musculoskeletal disorders (bones, joints, tendons, ligaments and muscles).
and esthetic surgery
Plastic, reconstructive and esthetic surgery is the medical specialisation dedicated to the repair or improvement of tissue and skin. It also encompasses hand surgery.
Urology is the medical specialisation dedicated to the medical and surgical treatment of the urinary system (adrenal glands, kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra). It also deals with the male reproductive system.
Visceral and thoracic surgery
Visceral surgery is the medical specialisation dedicated to surgical treatment of the gastrointestinal tract (oesophagus, stomach, intestines, colon and rectum), the liver, pancreas and gall bladder, as well as the lining (hernias). Thoracic surgery is the medical specialisation dedicated to surgical treatment of the lungs, trachea, bronchi and pleura.
Be it before, during or after an operation, patients are cared for by one of the Clinic's anaesthetists. We are there to provide a listening ear and inspire confidence, as well as, but above all, to relieve pain and ensure maximum comfort.
Dr Daniel Schumacher, Anaesthetist
For me, each patient is first and foremost a human being. This means that we, the nursing staff, need to listen to their needs while scrupulously respecting their personal environment.
Alicia Lhermould, Nurse at La Source
I was very well taken care of and looked after as one expects to be when going to a private clinic. You have attentive, professional and reassuring staff.
Agathe, patient at Multidisciplinary outpatient centre