On September 30, 2021, the American Hospital of Paris launched the Medical Talent by American Hospital of Paris program, in partnership with African hospitals.
Through its program, the American Hospital of Paris supports doctors from local clinics in their expertise, by operating eligible patients on-site and in pairs.
The partnerships set up with African hospitals allows patients to benefit from the quality of local hospital infrastructures and optimal medical care thanks to the sharing of skills around innovative techniques, in addition to a particularly positive impact on the well-being of the patient treated directly in his country.
This program aims to reduce the number of patients traveling abroad for treatments that can be carried out locally and to strengthen the visibility of African hospitals among local populations while supporting the medical teams on-site for the use of innovative surgical techniques.
From November 22 to 26, 2021, the first urology operations will be performed at the Polyclinique internationale Sainte Anne-Marie (PISAM) in Abidjan.
Are you interested in the MEDICAL TALENT program? For more information, download the brochure here.
About the American Hospital of Paris
Founded in 1906, the American Hospital of Paris is a private non-profit establishment recognized as being of public utility, whose mission is to deliver the best of French and American medical practices to its French and international patients. The American Hospital of Paris offers global expertise, combining the most innovative investigative technologies, the most advanced treatment means, and tailor-made care on a single site, which allows patients to benefit from personalized support within very short deadlines. The American Hospital of Paris enjoys dual French and American recognition in terms of quality of care by the Haute Autorité de Santé (decision level V2014: Certification A) and by The Joint Commission according to the standards applied in the United States.
The American Hospital of Paris is a member of the French Healthcare Association, which helps promote the French vision for global health, based on a humanist approach to care and equitable and fair access to health products and services.