Clinique Maymard

Almaviva's ambition is sustainability and the transition to a safe, climate-neutral, climate-resilient, resource-efficient and circular economy to ensure the long-term competitiveness of healthcare provision.

International commitments
Almaviva's commitments
22.png 2015 Sustainable Development Programme to 2030.

Implemented by the European Union through the Green Pact:

  • 55% reduction in net greenhouse gas emissions compared with 1990 levels.
  • No net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

2010, certification of Almaviva establishments including sustainable development criteria.

2013, Almaviva signs the ethical charter for healthcare establishment managers of the Comité du développement durable en santé (C2DS).

Annual monitoring of the C2DS "Indicateur développement durable santé durable" .

2014, Almaviva Sustainable Development Policy.

Commitment to Waste Reduction Week, with the Mémo-tri® card certified by the French Agency for Ecological Transition(ADEME).

21.png 2023 Roadmap for greening the healthcare system: France Green Nation.

7 target areas:

  • Building and energy
  • Sustainable purchasing
  • Eco-responsible care
  • Waste
  • Training
  • Sustainable transport and mobility
  • Digital

32.png 2015, Almaviva raises awareness of climate issues among its stakeholders:
  • Purchase of organic cotton bags instead of plastic bags,
  • Purchase of reusable cups (Ecocup®),
  • Sorting waste in the health sector,
  • Raising awareness of food waste,
  • Raising awareness of eco-actions (turning off the lights, turning off the water, etc.).

2022, Almaviva commits to a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy .
Stakeholders sign CSR and responsible purchasing charters.

31.png 2023, Almaviva carries out its greenhouse gas emissions assessment (BEGES) and draws up a map of environmental risks.
CSR strategy :


CSR policy :

4 strong commitments are part of Almaviva's values and corporate project.

The CSR approach is cross-functional and operational, and aims to be as close to the ground as possible. As such, the approach has been co-constructed with multidisciplinary working groups to ensure the involvement of all stakeholders.

Staff & Practitioners For its staff and practitioners

  • Effectively support our teams through local management and optimal working conditions
  • Ensuring the employability and development of our talent in all its diversity

Care For the excellence of care at the service of its territory

  • Guaranteeing the quality of our care in optimal safety conditions
  • Improving our territorial impact through the environmental, economic and cultural development of the territories where we operate

Purchase Towards responsible purchasing

  • Integrate environmental and social criteria into our choice of suppliers
  • Changing purchasing practices to reconcile economic performance and CSR challenges

Environmental performance Towards environmental performance

  • Contribute to the fight against global warming by reducing our energy consumption
  • Improving our environmental impact by reducing and recycling our waste production

CSR governance :


By 2022, all CSR officers have received CSR training!

1 CSR seminar at the end of the year brought together the directors of our establishments and their representatives to share our CSR strategy and roadmap. We are convinced that the commitment of our teams is the key to bringing CSR to life on a daily basis within our establishments.

The three priority CSR objectives:

Improving well-being in the workplace

  • Optimal working conditions,
  • Quality and caring management,
  • Meaning and values in the workplace.

Commitment - Sense of belonging - Cohesion.

Supporting the energy transition

  • Assessment of our carbon footprint (BEGES),
  • Reduce our energy consumption by 25% by 2025,
  • Consuming less; consuming differently; moving away from fossil fuels.

Energy sobriety - Energy efficiency - Development of renewable energies

Supporting waste management and reduction

In particular, by 2025:

  • Reduce by 30% the quantity of our Waste from Healthcare Activities involving Risk of Infection (DASRI),
  • Eliminate the purchase of plastic bottles,
  • Move towards a paperless patient pathway,
  • Reduce food waste,
  • Engage our suppliers to reduce the over-packaging of our products: responsible purchasing policy,
  • Developing recycling channels for each establishment...

"The best waste is the waste that doesn't exist".

The impact of the health sector

The French healthcare system accounts for more than 8% of national greenhouse gas emissions (almost 50 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent).

On average, a medical, surgical or obstetric establishment produces :

  • 1.6 kg of waste per patient per day,
  • 2.3 kg of hazardous waste per day of hospitalisation,
  • 491 litres of water are consumed per day of hospitalisation,
  • 685 KWhep* / square metre / year (*kilowatt/hour of primary energy)

Source Primum Non Nocerre



More articles



Make an appointment

To make an appointment online, it's quick and easy
click on the link below and let us guide you.

Coming to the centre / Contact us

Polyclinique Maymard

Venir au centre

By car
By car

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).

Contact us


Call Us

Tél : 04 95 55 39 39
Téléphone pré-admission : 04 95 55 39 00


Send us an email:

Click here
Polyclinique Maymard

13 Rue Marcel Paul
20200 Bastia

Our commitments

Sustainable development

Corporate Social Responsibility

Our CSR approach is transversal, operational and aims to be as close as possible to the field.
Organ Donation

Organ and Blood Donations

More than 14400 patients who need an organ transplant every year. The main obstacle to transplantation is the persistent lack of available organs.