OUR HEALTHCARE OFFER
The first hospitals of the iris network were built in the first half of the 20th century. The facilities and hospital care have changed considerably since then. Whereas up to the 1970s, 30 beds were arranged next to each other in a common hall, without any privacy, units today consist almost exclusively of private rooms or rooms with two beds, with a separate toilet. These major changes in infrastructure have made it possible to provide more efficient and more comfortable patient care.
Reception has become more professional in the outpatients department while capitalising on the many medical and technical advancements of recent decades. Today, the iris network can boast that it has radically modernised the public hospital, offering optimal care to all, including the most vulnerable, and combining advanced techniques, specialist expertise and human qualities.
The iris network is currently capable of providing optimal care in many areas, especially: