Clinique de l'Alma Paris7


On the day of your admission, you will be welcomed by our reception staff, who will complete your computerised administrative file.

During this interview, you will again be asked to show your identity card and your up-to-date health insurance card to prevent any identity-vigilance errors.

All your personal details (address, telephone number, etc.) will be checked and recorded.

Mandatory documents to be provided on admission:

  • Identity document
  • Up-to-date health insurance card
  • Up-to-date health insurance card or hospital cover
  • Patient passport, completed and signed
  • Prescriptions for current treatments
  • X-rays and test results
  • Blood group card
  • Health record for minors and proof of parental authority

Once your administrative file has been compiled, you will be directed to your care department. On the first floor, the nursing staff will welcome you and take care of you throughout your stay.
When you arrive on the ward, don't forget to tell the nurses about your dental and hearing aids, glasses and contact lenses, and to give them any personal medication you may be taking.

You can ask any questions you may have throughout your stay:

  • To reception staff for administrative questions,
  • Nurses, for questions about organisation and daily care,
  • Your doctor for medical questions.


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