MEDICAL ONCOLOGY AND SUPPORT CARE DEPARTMENT

DEPARTMENT HEAD
Doctor Philippe BEUZEBOC

MEDICAL ONCOLOGY SERVICE HEAD
Doctor Christine THEODORE

SUPPORT CARE SERVICE HEAD
Doctor Florian SCOTTE

The oncology department provides the region's cancer patients with a complete treatment service built on the excellence and innovation it has acquired through clinical research in partnership with the Curie institute.

The department provides a complete range of cancer treatments (chemotherapy, immunotherapy, targeted treatment, support treatment), with all of the associated radiotherapy, genetic and genome research being completed by the Curie Institute in Saint-Cloud.

 

The Hôpital Foch oncology department receives all patients suffering from tumour-related conditions. It works in close collaboration with all of the Hospital's other departments, notable the surgery departments and the medical specialisations such as internal medicine, geriatrics (there is an onco-geriatrics specialised geriatrics unit) as well as the 24 hour intensive care and A&E wards.

 

It has access to the latest treatments developed through national and international therapy trial programs as well as advanced trials completed with the Curie Institute.

The department's specialists::

Bich Dang Vu,

Julie Gachet,

Pauline Leroy,

May Mabro,

Rolande Nguefack

 

Health executive:

Christophe Aubaret

 

Support care coordination nurses:

Karine Legeay

Sylvie Chaboud

What conditions are covered by the oncology and support care department?

  • Urological tumours,
  • Digestive tract tumours,
  • Thoracic tumours,
  • Mammary and gynaecological tumours
  • Head and neck tumours
  • Cerebral tumours

In France support care is defined as:

 

 

“The care and support necessary in conjunction with any specific onco-haematological treatment for patients throughout the duration of their condition”.

 

This definition implies a holistic care procedure dimension essential to the optimisation of specific therapeutic approaches, such as maintaining quality of life for both patients and their families. The idea is therefore to prevent and anticipate the consequences of the treatment as much as possible, and to efficiently manage them as they arise. Through its various domains of expertise Hôpital Foch possesses a range of specific and reputed surgical and medical skill-sets with the addition of an effective understanding of the pre-therapeutic situation thanks to the pre-habilitation unit.

 

The above definition also implies a highly multi-disciplinary and information-exchange based dimension with coordination of the various approaches and themes at the heart of the Oncology and Support Care Department's original conception.

See all of the support care treatments

The Hôpital Foch support care unit seeks to establish itself as an international centre of excellence for patient support in direct contact with the hospital's various partners.

 

Its position within the structure of the Medical Oncology - Support Care department ensures that its development is centred on cancer conditions and at the cutting edge of developments and research into patient comfort and support.

 

The support care unit's objectives are based on the whole of the patient care approach (including their families), these include:

 

  • Consultations; to assess and harmonise patients suffering from the side effects of during or after cancer treatment,

 

  • A mobile unit; in direct contact with all of the hospital's departments to support staff in difficult patient and family situations,

 

  • Short stay treatment relays; to assess and harmonise difficult situations where the coordination of a number of multi-disciplinary specialisations is required or to provide respite for the family. Their objective is also to assess and harmonise the suffering of patients during or after treatment,

 

  • A conventional hospitalisation unit with 9 beds; located inside the cancerology hospitalisation department, these beds are used in a multidisciplinary way for cancer patients or can receive certain patients from other specialisation departments who require specific support care.

 

  • A privileged link with the city, in close partnership with the patients, their families and other related professionals (GP, pharmacist, network, etc.).

 

 

The heart of our commitment is to support patients and their families, as well as providing support for the staff that assist them in their fight against their conditions, in order to optimise specific treatments.

The oncology department is located on the 2nd floor of the Main Building.
It has 18 complete hospital beds and 16 outpatient beds.

Consultation hours

Consultations are held Monday to Friday.

Make an appointment

Appointments should be made by telephone 01 46 25 25 25

Consultation reception


Dr Philippe BEUZEBOC, Dr Christine THÉODORE
, Dr Patricia MOISSON


Reception

Tel: 01.46.25.21.68

Fax: 01.46.25.21.38

 

Dr May MABRO, Dr SEKKATE

Secretary: Mrs Alice GUILLEMIN

Tel: 01.46.25.21.68

Fax: 01.46.25.21.38

Email: a.guillemin@hopital-foch.org

 

Dr Florian SCOTTE,

Secretary: Mrs Laetitia GOOSSENS

Tel: 01.46.25.28.68

Fax: 01.46.25.21.38

Email: l.goossens@hopital-foch.org

 

 

Dr Julie GACHET
, Dr Rolande NGUEFACK

Secretary: Mrs Micheline TERLE

Tel: 01.46.25.21.68

Fax: 01.46.25.21.38

E-Mail: m.terle@hopital-foch.com

Conventional hospitalisation and outpatient reception

Mrs Sylvie GUILLOT

Mrs Alexandra Fried.

Tel 01.46.25.26.92

Fax 01.46.25.75.35

Email: a-fried@hopital-foch.com, s.guillot@hopital-foch.com