Clinique Maymard


(on the 2nd floor of the Centre)

Chemotherapy involves the administration of anti-cancer (or anti-tumour) drugs via an infusion. The aim of these drugs is to slow down or stop the growth and multiplication of cancer cells in the body.
Chemotherapy is a treatment that is tailored to your individual case. Throughout your treatment, the prescribing oncologist will work closely with your GP and the specialist who follows you regularly.
The outpatient chemotherapy unit is open from 8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. It is under the responsibility of two oncology doctors (Dr Gulnara ESTEVEZ and Dr Ahmed FRIKHA). The department includes 15 outpatient chi-miotherapy stations.
The paramedical team is multidisciplinary. A nurse coordinator is available to provide personalised care, based on 4 main themes: listening, information, support and guidance.


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To get to the clinic, take rue Marcel Paul for about 200 metres and you'll find our establishment on your left.

The first car park entrance on your left will give direct access to the Reception Hall. The second entrance will give you access to the medical-surgical reception area, outpatient and pre-anaesthetic consultations, the medical imaging department and the nuclear medicine, radiotherapy and outpatient chemotherapy facilities.

You can park in the car park near the second entrance. There is also a public car park opposite the building.

There is also a train station at the bottom of rue Marcel Paul (close to the public car park).

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Polyclinique Maymard

13 Rue Marcel Paul
20200 Bastia

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