A warm welcome to the The Hôpital Fondation Adolphe de Rothschild from Paris as a full member of the WAEH.
The Adolphe de Rothschild Foundation Hospital, founded in 1905, specializes in all Head and Neck pathologies (ophthalmology, neuroscience, ENT) in adults and children. This non-profit university hospital is a private healthcare establishment of public interest (ESPIC) that provides excellent care in sector 1.
They conduct more than 300,000 exams and tests each year and take in more than 40,000 ophthalmologic emergencies. With their state-ofthe-art technical equipment and world-renowned experts, their departments are regularly rated among the best in France. They cover the full spectrum of care, research, and university education, piloting more than 180 clinical research studies, publishing more than 350 scientific research papers per year and training more than 921 students per year.
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