Accompagnement du patient
Our psychologist: Julie Pompougnac
Tel: 01 49 81 48 96
Amyloidosis and its treatments can really change patients’ quality of life, as well as that of their loved ones. It can cause difficulty, worry and emotional suffering. Our psychologist offers an open ear to patients and their loved ones either by appointment or as part of the genetic counselling process. Please note that our psychologist can only offer help to French-speaking patients and relatives.
Our social care officer: Agathe Englebert
Tel: 01 49 81 22 72
or her secretary: 01 49 81 42 84
This illness can change patients’ social, professional and family life. Our social care officer is there from Monday to Friday to listen, give advice and information and guide patients through different social processes (care access and entitlement, guidance, returning home). The social care officer can be seen on appointment or visit patients in their hospital rooms. Please note that she can only offer help to French-speaking patients and relatives.
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On the cardiological ward, our social care officer listens, advises, informs and guides patients through different social processes.
The social care officer and the amyloidosis network team aim to make sure:
Patients have access to care (social security entitlements)
Patients have access to their rights (jurisdictional protection, help with every-day and professional issues)
Patients receive guidance concerning healthcare and medical-social facilities
Patients have a way to get home from hospital