By Joe Hue
updated June 21 at 10 p.m. 10:20
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The furniture arrives, still wrapped, and the painters give their final brushstrokes. Amidst hammer blows and paint odor, the work was completed last week. After almost a year of work health center of Pont-Audemer (Eure) came up from the ground.
Gerard Platel is the one who has followed the project from start to finish. “There are still some paint touch-ups to be done, but it’s over. These 1,200 square feet supported by 92 piles will have cost 2.8 million all inclusive,” details Vice-President of the Pont-Audemer Val de Risle Community (CCPAVR) with responsibility for inheritance.
It should be noted that local businesses were affiliated with the site: the wooden structure and cladding of the Rocher firm, all the carpentry work of the Mongrenians, and then Viamap and SRPT for the exterior and the car park.
The building is named Francois Lemarchand in honor of the surgeon and the manager of the operating room, who spent more than thirty years at Risle Hospital Center adjacent to the building and died on 18 January. “He marked the population and saved many lives, and therefore the city council decided to pay tribute to him,” explains the chairman of Com’com, Michael Lerouxwhich secures the visit.
“A good tool”
“When the work ends here and soon in Quillebeuf, we will have a fantastic tool,” welcomes Michel Leroux, who recalls that this nursing home is “one of the three health components of our area”. With the medical center off Montfort sur Risle (acquired by the Community of Local Authorities) and that of Quillebeuf-sur-Seine (the former headquarters of Com’com, a relatively new building but in need of renovation: “In September, we break down partitions and reorganize”), thus forming Outpatient Liberal Health Center (PSLA).
“PSLA is a network. The goal is to have one territorial network in the form of health and quality care services “, the elected insist, happy to inaugurate” this house near the hospital because the city’s medicine and hospital medicine must communicate, and in addition to an efficient and attractive health network to attract professionals “. Because to attract new doctors “who are spoiled for choice”, the development of health services and the expansion of the medical and paramedical services in the area are in fact the goal of the operation.
There is a legitimate development of medical practice, the individual practice is over, today doctors will work together, to intensify meetings. Therefore, a meeting room and a common break area have been set up here. We need to make them want to come here.
This is Pascal Gouix, in charge of financial affairs for Com’com, which sought out all the professionals to set them up in the various health centers of the PSLA. Out of fifteen professionals, he managed to recruit five doctors for six practices.
In addition to the three doctors from the Pont-Audemérien office inEve Labarre Vandermeersch taking over the premises, two coming from outside the region. Some could even settle down as early as July. Two physiotherapists, including one outside, should also settle. There is still room for this specialty.
The articles of association of the interprofessional outpatient care company (SISA) were signed a few days ago. We are now implementing leases of the notary, we are in the process of stopping the dates of signatures.
The premises are currently vacant two dentists and a midwife. “We are in contact with two interested young dentists who are not from the region, as well as with a speech therapist who is finishing his education. »
Finally, three occupational therapists will also be established to work in an office, a dietitian, a clinical psychologist and a nurse’s office. “We also collaborated with the hospital, which becomes a tenant with SSIAD (home nursing) and HAD (hospitalization at home). »
More doctors in Quillebeuf
To Quillebeuf-sur-Seinethere is no longer a single doctor at the municipality. There are two nurses who arrived in January this year and a clinical psychologist. A physiotherapist shows up, an osteopath comes in August and a pediatrician in September.
The mayor of the city Carine Boquet Welcomes the fact that the mobility problems of the elderly or young people who do not have a driving license have been alleviated somewhat thanks to the health center. “Because it is not easy to get appointments for our voters. If this is not the end of the medical wilderness, it’s a good start. »
Doctors have already overbooked in Montfort
“We must not be forgotten”
“We breathed a sigh of relief when the company was acquired by Com’com.” The mayor of Montfort sur Risle regrets, however, that “there are only three doctors left in our city with 789 inhabitants, for a living space of 10 to 12,000 inhabitants. They are overbooked and no longer take anyone. »
Especially since one of them travels in December. It should be replaced. “But we need two more. I want GPs. We deserve four. The problem is that young people no longer work as before. They want to work in a group and do not want to work twelve hours a day like their older ones.”
About Jean-Luc Barre welcomes the completion of the works in Pont-Audemer, “a beautiful showcase”, he would like “not to be forgotten. Not everything has to go to Pont-Audemer. We have to make the city come alive and that all this harmonizes. We are not communists, but we are communitarians, so the mayor is appealing to the community of municipalities so she performs work to expand practice to accommodate an additional physician, with “such a paint and reorganization. We have no money.” It is on the right track, as a statement has just been made with an architect.
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