Clinique Pasteur

Presentation of Clinique Pasteur

The Clinique Pasteur is part of ALMAVIVA SANTE. It is located in Ris-Orangis (Essonne) in the heart of a 7-hectare park planted with trees, where the 19th-century Château Dranem is located. A human-scale establishment, the Clinique Pasteur welcomes patients for full hospitalisation in its Medicine, Oncology-related follow-up care and Multi-purpose follow-up care departments.

The purpose of the Medicine department is to care for adult patients referred by hospital emergency departments or referring physicians, with a view to diagnosis and the implementation of specific treatments in several specialities:

Oncology, Endocrinology, Infectiology, Pneumology, Cardiology, Gastroenterology, etc.

Follow-up care services ( SSR ) receive patients following a hospital stay or on the prescription of their GP to ensure their rehabilitation. Maintaining or restoring independence is one of the main objectives of a stay in follow-up and rehabilitation care.

Clinique Pasteur specialises in the treatment of adult cancers, and welcomes patients for day hospitalisation for their chemotherapy treatment.
A joint reception area with the Radiotherapy Centre provides appropriate care.

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From Paris/Porte d'Orléans, follow the N7 towards Evry. In Ris-Orangis, continue on the N7 then turn right onto Avenue de Rigny.


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Clinique Pasteur

17, avenue de Rigny
91130 Ris-Orangis

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Sustainable development

Corporate Social Responsibility

Our CSR approach is transversal, operational and aims to be as close as possible to the field.
Organ Donation

Organ and Blood Donations

More than 14400 patients who need an organ transplant every year. The main obstacle to transplantation is the persistent lack of available organs.