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Hospitalisation: choose from two alternatives

If you are familiar with a particular hospital or practitioner, we can contact them and transport you there. Alternatively, we can call on our network of doctors and hospitals to book you a bed as a general or intensive care patient in whichever hospital or clinic is best suited to your medical condition and your requirements.
These are just some of the hospitals and clinics in our network: Institut Mutualiste Montsouris (Paris), Hôpital St Joseph (Paris), Centre Chirurgical Marie-Lannelongue (Paris area), Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie, American Hospital of Paris, and Institut Privé Jacques Cartier.



You will receive VIP treatment from our partner network and benefit from fast-track attention upon arrival. All biological and radiology examinations (including scans such as MRI, ultrasound, PET, scintigraphy and angiograms) are planned and scheduled from our aircraft in conjunction with the host clinic or hospital. If required, a surgical team will be on standby for a high-priority emergency operation on your arrival.
IATS continues to liaise closely with your clinic or hospital until you are discharged. We can also arrange transport to take you back to your home country, if required.
 
If your health condition is too fragile for air travel:
IATS will be on hand to assist you and will dispatch a medical team to your location. Liaising with the local authorities and your nearest hospital, we will send out a surgical or intensive care team to provide you with the most effective treatment for your medical emergency (e.g. specialist surgeon, anaesthetist, surgical nurse, sterile surgical equipment.)
 
If you are worried and simply want a remote second opinion:
When you call IATS, you will always speak directly with a healthcare professional who can organise a telephone consultation with one of our recognised specialists within a matter of minutes. We offer a network of doctors who are available round-the-clock, whatever the speciality:
-         Professor Desgeorges, neurosurgeon. Hôpital Val-de-Grace and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Professor Tranbayu, head of ENT department. Hôpital Lariboisiere and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Dr Aymard, interventional radiologist.
-         Dr Evelyne Cormier, radiologist. La Pitié Salpétrière and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Dr François Cormier, vascular surgeon. Institut Jacques Cartier, Clinique Labrouste and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Dr Romano, cardiac surgeon, Paris.
-         Dr Nottin, cardiac surgeon, Paris.
-         Dr Debauchet, head of cardiac surgery department. Institut Montsouris, Paris.
-         Dr Benamer, interventional cardiologist. Head of department, Hôpital Foch, Paris. GVM.
-         Dr Perdrix, cardiologist and sonographer, Paris.
-         Dr Cahen, obstetrician-gynaecologist, Paris.
-         Dr Pomedio, paediatric pulmonary and intensive care specialist. Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, Reims.
-         Dr Zanini, intensive care anaesthetist. Head of intensive care unit, Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Dr Loukakos, visceral surgeon. Clinique Labrouste and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie, Paris.
-         Dr Chiche, visceral surgeon and obesity specialist. Clinique Geoffroy St Hilaire, Paris.
-         Dr Plot, plastic and reconstructive surgery. Clinique Alphand and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie, Paris.
-         Dr Legraverend, urology and nephrology surgery. Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie, Paris.
-         Dr Stolba, surgical construction of fistula for dialysis. Clinique Caron, Clinique Jouvenet and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie, Paris.
-         Dr Catherine Cloix, intensive care anaesthetist. Clinique Labrouste and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie. Transporter.
-         Dr Ahmed Karoui, intensive care anaesthetist. Transporter.
-         Dr Zana, intensive care anaesthetist. Transporter.
-         Dr Lebon, intensive care anaesthetist. Head of Indian Ocean region, La Réunion.
-         Dr Aziz Maklouf, emergency doctor. Transporter.
-         Dr Daniel Lehouerou, intensive care anaesthetist and perfusionist. Cardiopulmonary transplants. Head of department, Centre Chirurgical Marie Lannelongue, Paris.
-         Dr Biacabbe, ENT specialist, Paris.
-         Dr Romeo, pulmonologist, Paris.
-         Dr Marrash, pulmonologist, Paris. Hôpital Bichat.
-         Dr Moukhalallati, orthopaedic surgeon and paediatric traumatologist. Clinique La Duys and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Dr Prat, maxillofacial surgery. Clinique Geoffroy St Hilaire.
-         Dr Romano, hand surgery. American Hospital of Paris.
-         Dr Zalsberg, gastroenterologist. Hôpital Européen de Paris.
-         Dr Tuszinski, gastroenterology and hepatobiliary procedures. Les Peupliers, Paris.
-         Professor Dartevelle, thoracic surgery. Centre Chirurgical Marie Lannelongue, Paris.
           
This list is not exhaustive, but shows which doctors we frequently rely on.




Hospitalisation: choose from two alternatives

If you are familiar with a particular hospital or practitioner, we can contact them and transport you there. Alternatively, we can call on our network of doctors and hospitals to book you a bed as a general or intensive care patient in whichever hospital or clinic is best suited to your medical condition and your requirements.
These are just some of the hospitals and clinics in our network: Institut Mutualiste Montsouris (Paris), Hôpital St Joseph (Paris), Centre Chirurgical Marie-Lannelongue (Paris area), Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie, American Hospital of Paris, and Institut Privé Jacques Cartier.



You will receive VIP treatment from our partner network and benefit from fast-track attention upon arrival. All biological and radiology examinations (including scans such as MRI, ultrasound, PET, scintigraphy and angiograms) are planned and scheduled from our aircraft in conjunction with the host clinic or hospital. If required, a surgical team will be on standby for a high-priority emergency operation on your arrival.
IATS continues to liaise closely with your clinic or hospital until you are discharged. We can also arrange transport to take you back to your home country, if required.
 
If your health condition is too fragile for air travel:
IATS will be on hand to assist you and will dispatch a medical team to your location. Liaising with the local authorities and your nearest hospital, we will send out a surgical or intensive care team to provide you with the most effective treatment for your medical emergency (e.g. specialist surgeon, anaesthetist, surgical nurse, sterile surgical equipment.)
 
If you are worried and simply want a remote second opinion:
When you call IATS, you will always speak directly with a healthcare professional who can organise a telephone consultation with one of our recognised specialists within a matter of minutes. We offer a network of doctors who are available round-the-clock, whatever the speciality:
-         Professor Desgeorges, neurosurgeon. Hôpital Val-de-Grace and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Professor Tranbayu, head of ENT department. Hôpital Lariboisiere and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Dr Aymard, interventional radiologist.
-         Dr Evelyne Cormier, radiologist. La Pitié Salpétrière and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Dr François Cormier, vascular surgeon. Institut Jacques Cartier, Clinique Labrouste and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Dr Romano, cardiac surgeon, Paris.
-         Dr Nottin, cardiac surgeon, Paris.
-         Dr Debauchet, head of cardiac surgery department. Institut Montsouris, Paris.
-         Dr Benamer, interventional cardiologist. Head of department, Hôpital Foch, Paris. GVM.
-         Dr Perdrix, cardiologist and sonographer, Paris.
-         Dr Cahen, obstetrician-gynaecologist, Paris.
-         Dr Pomedio, paediatric pulmonary and intensive care specialist. Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, Reims.
-         Dr Zanini, intensive care anaesthetist. Head of intensive care unit, Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Dr Loukakos, visceral surgeon. Clinique Labrouste and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie, Paris.
-         Dr Chiche, visceral surgeon and obesity specialist. Clinique Geoffroy St Hilaire, Paris.
-         Dr Plot, plastic and reconstructive surgery. Clinique Alphand and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie, Paris.
-         Dr Legraverend, urology and nephrology surgery. Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie, Paris.
-         Dr Stolba, surgical construction of fistula for dialysis. Clinique Caron, Clinique Jouvenet and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie, Paris.
-         Dr Catherine Cloix, intensive care anaesthetist. Clinique Labrouste and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie. Transporter.
-         Dr Ahmed Karoui, intensive care anaesthetist. Transporter.
-         Dr Zana, intensive care anaesthetist. Transporter.
-         Dr Lebon, intensive care anaesthetist. Head of Indian Ocean region, La Réunion.
-         Dr Aziz Maklouf, emergency doctor. Transporter.
-         Dr Daniel Lehouerou, intensive care anaesthetist and perfusionist. Cardiopulmonary transplants. Head of department, Centre Chirurgical Marie Lannelongue, Paris.
-         Dr Biacabbe, ENT specialist, Paris.
-         Dr Romeo, pulmonologist, Paris.
-         Dr Marrash, pulmonologist, Paris. Hôpital Bichat.
-         Dr Moukhalallati, orthopaedic surgeon and paediatric traumatologist. Clinique La Duys and Hôpital Européen de Paris La Roseraie.
-         Dr Prat, maxillofacial surgery. Clinique Geoffroy St Hilaire.
-         Dr Romano, hand surgery. American Hospital of Paris.
-         Dr Zalsberg, gastroenterologist. Hôpital Européen de Paris.
-         Dr Tuszinski, gastroenterology and hepatobiliary procedures. Les Peupliers, Paris.
-         Professor Dartevelle, thoracic surgery. Centre Chirurgical Marie Lannelongue, Paris.
           
This list is not exhaustive, but shows which doctors we frequently rely on.