Clinique Pasteur


The doctor will work with you and those around you to decide when you will be discharged.


Discharges take place from 10.00 am. Your telephone line will be disconnected at around 9 a.m. so that the bill can be issued.


If your family or friends are unable to provide transport, a vehicle (taxi, VSL, ambulance) will be ordered by reception. In this case, a medical prescription for transport will be given to you by one of the clinic's doctors.


This will be done in the admissions department on the morning of your discharge. Please bring a means of payment with you. All patients must pay the following on the day of discharge:

  • Co-payment, where applicable,
  • The daily rate*.
  • Hotel supplements offered and accepted on

on admission* :

  • Private room, if applicable
  • Telephone, if requested*.
  • Meals for accompanying persons, where applicable*.
  • A la carte supplements, where applicable*.

The only way you will not have to pay in advance is if your health insurance company clearly states in detail that it will cover the cost, and if it is sent by post or fax no later than the day before your discharge. Patients covered at 100% by Social Security are not exempt from the fixed daily rate and hotel supplements.

* See attached rates

Your discharge pack: A pack containing all the medical and administrative documents relating to your hospitalisation will be given to you on the day of your discharge.


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