Hôpital Local S.M.U.R. – Quillan – Visits are allowed every day between 12.00 – 20.00 hours.
This hospital has s a big radiology department where out-patients go for their x-rays. This is round the back of the hospital. (For instance if you break your leg and are discharged after treatment from a hospital, you will most certainly have a surgeon’s letter requesting an xray result after a period of time to see how it is healing. Another example of such a visit would be for a mammogram.You will have to visit your local hospital or telephone to make an x-ray appointment. When you go for this appointment, Quillan hospital actually gives the patient the x-ray 10 minutes after it has been taken.
They also have an ambulance service. One member of the English Library had a sudden pain in her side whilst out and about in Quillan, and her husband drove her to Quillan Hospital where she was seen by two emergency doctors and then transferred by ambulance to the new Carcassonne Hospital. By the end of the day, she was transferred again to the Montreal Clinique in Carcassonne for further treatment and overnight!
Quite often when a patient is discharged from a hospital such as the one in Carcassonne, a control appointment is made for a few weeks later, with a prescription for another follow-up scan to be made in advance of this appointment by the Radiology Department at Quillan hospital.The reception telephone number for making appointments for scans is: 04 68 20 21 15
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