Santé Cie Group, a leading player in proximity healthcare in France, which assists more than 200,000 patients every day in France and Germany, particularly through its expert home healthcare subsidiaries (Elivie, Asdia and Aposan), is launching today a network of Maisons de Santé et d’Urgences (MSU) through its subsidiary Urgencemed.
The Group’s ambition is to deploy this network of MSUs throughout the country, particularly in areas where local health needs are the greatest. These multi-purpose structures will complete and strengthen the territorial network of the care chain between community-based medicine and the hospital.
The first six Urgencemed Maisons de Santé et d’Urgences launched by Santé Cie are located in the Provence-Alpes-Côte-D’azur region.Other sites are scheduled to open during the year in the Paris region, notably in Créteil (Val-de-Marne). Plans to set up operations in Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis) and Trappes (Yvelines) are also under consideration. By 2024, the Group intends to develop fifty of these Health and Emergency Medical Centers throughout France.
The Urgencemed centers will be able to replace hospitals in the management of everyday emergencies and will handle all types of unscheduled medical consultations, without appointment, every day from 9am to 10pm, including weekends and public holidays. The continuous presence of experienced doctors and nurses will enable these centers to respond rapidly to all medical emergencies or general medical consultations, to carry out nursing care or biological tests on site, and if necessary, to request specialist medical advice. The agility, fluidity, safety and speed of care will enable these MSUs to support hospitals and general medical practices.
The launch of these MSUs is at the heart of Santé Cie’s vision: to invest in proximity healthcare in order to meet the public health challenges in the regions, such as medical desertification or the overcrowding of hospital emergency rooms. The Urgencemed centres are set up with the support of neighbouring public hospital partners, and their location within the territories is designed to complement the existing network, in order to respond as closely as possible to the needs and issues identified by local health professionals.
In addition to the development of these MSUs, Santé Cie is already planning to develop other community-based health solutions in consultation with professionals in the sector, such as in-home dialysis.
" Through this network of proximity health centres, we are providing a very concrete solution to the needs expressed by patients and health professionals in the field over the years. With Urgencemed, we are responding to priority public health issues: in the immediate term by mobilising these Health and Emergency Centres for the vaccination campaign, but also in the medium term by contributing to the fight against medical desertification and the overcrowding of hospital emergency services."
For Dr. David Bounan, emergency doctor at Samu 13 and co-founding director of Urgencemed:
“In our Maisons de Santé et d’Urgences, we are able to treat all the non-vital emergencies of daily life in addition to the work of hospital emergencies. If you need an X-ray, an ultrasound or a scanner, you can have it within the hour. Basically, we guarantee a truly comprehensive outpatient service that patients have been waiting for a long time.”
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About Santé Cie
Created in 2015, Santé Cie is a company serving public health specialising in proximity healthcare professions.
Its main fields of intervention are home health and daily care thanks to a network of 91 agencies and 6 Maisons de Santé et d’Urgences throughout France, a significant presence in Germany and ambitions in Europe.
With a mission to serve public health for more than 200,000 patients each year, Santé Cie’s vocation is to be a strong link in the healthcare chain, at the crossroads of the missions carried out by hospital medicine and community-based medicine.
Aware of Santé Cie’s social responsibility, the Group’s 2,300 employees are committed to providing a proximity healthcare service that combines technical excellence and humanity to meet the needs of patients in France and Europe.
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