Institut Hospitalier Franco-Britannique IHFB
The IHFB is a modern French hospital, also caring for English-speaking patients, in Levallois Perret. Run under the Agence Regional de Santé, it is jointly administered by the Trustees of the Hertford British Hospital Corporation and of the Hôpital Notre Dame du Perpétuel Secours.
The IHFB at 4 rue Kléber
specialises in general medicine, orthopedic & digestive surgery, cancerology, rheumatology and runs an Accident and Emergency department 24 hours 7 days a week.
* A new short-term geriatric department is now open (Unité de Gériatrie Aigue )
* Professor de Gramont and his team have joined the cancerology centre.
* The Radiology department has recently been equipped with an MRI
The IHFB at 3 rue Barbès
is the specialised centre for woman, mother and child, with gynaecology, obstetrics, pediatrics and neo-natal departments. Gynaecological emergencies only.
Private appointments may be made at 3 rue Barbès with British GP, Dr Gunita Jolly.
The Hertford British Hospital Corporation is the Charity founded by Sir Richard Wallace in 1872 and also manages the International Centre of Dermatology at 12 rue Barbès.
3, rue Barbès, 92300 Levallois
01 46 39 22 22
4 rue Kléber, 92300 Levallois
01 47 59 59 59
Métro Anatole France
Bus 93 & 174
Cancer Support France
CSF offers support in English to anyone affected in any way by cancer. Support, which may include language support, is arranged following an initial request for help, and is given without charge.
Our trained volunteers, who abide by our strict code of confidentiality, support clients by listening and helping them cope whith living with cancer.
We are 15 associations, whose contact details are available on our website; however, support is available wherever you live.
08 10 24 02 00 (your call is taken on an answerphone and charged at local rates - please ignore the short message in French which precedes the English message)
Calls are picked up every day and a response normally made within 24 hours.
05 45 89 30 05
SPRINT a non-profit organization, is a group of English-speaking and bilingual professionals who work with children with special needs.
THIS GROUP INCLUDES :
- Clinical Psychologists
- Educational Psychologists
- Family Therapists
- Speech and Language Pathologists
- Learning Disability Specialists
- Special Educators and Tutors
- Psychomotor Re-educators
- Occupational Therapists
- Social Workers
- Art Therapists
- Music Therapists
SPRINT's aims are two-fold. It offers the Anglophone community information and referral services and presents specialists with an opportunity to email@example.com