Our medical programme

Relation médecin patient

2014-2018 Hospital Programme and Medical Programme

In accordance with the French code of public health, these programmes define the general objectives of the hospital in the following areas:

  • medical and nursing care
  • biomedical research
  • social policy
  • training plans
  • management and information system management

This programme, which must be compatible with the objectives of the regional health care organisation scheme (schéma régional d’organisation sanitaire – SROS), determines the resources relating to hospitalisation, staff and any type of equipment the hospital needs to meet its objectives.

Our programme can be summarised in a charter: P.R.O.G.R.E.S.S.E.

  • Priority to patients
  • Respect for others
  • Optimal organisation
  • Guaranteed care and support
  • Responsibility of players
  • Enlistment of all
  • Safety of care
  • Satisfaction of patients
  • Evaluation of treatment and services

A private hospital establishment, certified by social welfare, non-authorised by the French social security fund and specialising in the treatment of depression and all psychiatric disorders, Nightingale Hospitals – Paris (former Clinique du Château de Garches) has the mission to provide quality care in an exceptional environment.

This programme is an original approach to mental illness.

It is not a question of just giving drugs. The patient is cared for and supported.

This programme, which combines a quality care offer and high standards of professional practices, makes Nightingale Hospitals Paris – Clinique du Château a gold standard establishment.

Well integrated in the region of Paris, the establishment has national and international reach.

As a treatment centre it is a place where experiences can be shared. In the aim of continuous improvement, we are creating innovation through of:

  • A belief: the more well-informed the patient, the better they recover, and the better the result;
  • A programme: from their arrival, we prepare patients for their discharge and return to daily life;
  • A triple undertaking: medical quality, quality of team work and quality of the environment.