Nursing care

“In the context of the Clinique’s role as a medical establishment, taking care of a patient implies paying special attention to a person as well to his family, who is in a particular situation, with the aim to help him find his balance and harmony, to promote his well-being, as well as calling on him to use his inner resources.”

Taken from the Concept of nursing care, Clinique de La Source, 1998

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    “Healthcare approach”

The Clinique de La Source attaches great importance to an irreproachable quality of care in warm and friendly surroundings. Our skilled medical personnel ensures that each patient is looked after and respected as a unique individual with his own culture, his history and his way of life. 

Nursing care at La Source is supervised by the nursing Management, a team which consists of the Nursing Director, two head nurses responsible for the management of the hospitalisation units, the head nurse responsible for operating theatre coordination, the nurse responsible for Hygiene, Prevention and Infection Control and the Nursing Management Assistant.

The Clinique de La Source consists of six units for acute care, surgery and medicine, divided as follows:

Ground floor unit: 

  • Acute outpatient care for medicine, general and orthopaedic surgery.
  • Reception and surveillance of patients in interventional cardiology.
  • Weekly hospitalisation service as a complement to the outpatient centre which takes people for the day

Unit on the first right: 

  • Acute care for medicine, general and orthopaedics surgery. 

Unit on the second right: 

  • Acute care for medicine, general and urology surgery.

Unit on the second left: 

  • Acute care for medicine and general surgery.
  • Reference unit for specific inpatient and outpatient oncology treatments (UTSO). 

Unit on the third: 

  • Acute care for medicine and general surgery.

Unit on the fourth: 

  • Acute care for medicine and general surgery.
  • One of the rooms has a bathroom suited to patients with reduced mobility and two rooms with AirLock technology for isolation purposes. 

La Source also has wards specialised in the following areas:

Soins infirmiers EN Diabetology Maternity Pharmacy Intensive care Sterilisation Interventional cardiology Hygiene, Prevention and infection control

Student supervision

Nursing at the Clinique de La Source consists of Swiss University of Applied Sciences (HES) clinical nurse trainers. They coach and provide both individual and group supervision for nursing students during their internships in the 6 hospital units, the maternity ward, intensive care, recovery room and in the outpatient centre, together with the head nurse responsible for in-service training and development. Practical training is designed on competence based approach which includes a taxonomy of the student’s level in reference to the HES training course
 
Parallel to the services offered by the Swiss University of Applied Sciences (HES) clinical nurse trainers, the student benefits from daily supervision by qualified nursing staff throughout his or her internship.

Chief Nursing Officer

WEISSENBACH Pierre

Head Nurses

MONNET Sylvie

DEREGNAUCOURT Sabine

Head Nurse of the Operating Unit

LEQUIN Sylvie

Deputy Head Nurse responsible for intensive care and interventional cardiology

MARCLAY Michel

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