The Martinique University Hospital

The Martinique University Hospital is a public hospital, it includes 7 hospitals:Pierre Zobda Quitman (also known as La meynard) The Mother and Child hospital, Emma Ventura Center, Clarac Hospital (oncology), the Lamentin Hospital, Mangot Vulcin hospital and Trinité Hospital.

The University Hospital of Martinique (CHUM) is a reference centre in the Caribbean.This highly specialised establishment is more than ever able to provide local public service while promoting excellence and primary healthcare using the most advanced medical techniques. Benefitting from enormous potential thanks to highly skilled professionals and the most efficient equipment , CHUM continues to strengthen its healthcare offer.

A new crucial step has been achieved with the construction of its New Technical Platform. Now our focus is on efficiency, performance, safety and equipment availability, even in the event of a major earthquake, while improving patient comfort and hospitalization conditions. It is the symbol of our ambition to maintain healthcare in Martinique on the path to quality and excellence. Martinique now boasts a healthcare tool that is unique in the world.

Clinical research and teaching: components of the university dimension of The University Hospital of Martinique’s mission also includes developing research programs to contribute to advancing medical knowledge.

Cooperation opened to the Caribbean basin The University Hospital of Martinique  is engaged in international cooperation actions in the form of department staff exchanges, trainings program, auditor  expertise missions, and association to humentary programs. CHUM has intervened in this capacity in Haiti (midwifery), Cuba (oncology), and Costa Rica (oncology training), as well as hosting medical students (University of theWest Indies), etc.

University Hospital of Martinique in figures

5 200 Professionals

9 Clinical divisions

1519 medical beds

Days of hospitalization

494 000

Outpatient consultations

393 000

Childbirth

3 000

Patients in emergency room

118 000

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