Benefiting 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 hospitalisation conditions.
Our ambition is to maintain healthcare in Martinique on the path to quality and excellence. Martinique now boasts a healthcare tool that is unique in the world.
days of hospitalisation
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The University Hospital of Martinique is involved in international cooperation activities, which involve exchanges of staff in the services, the training organization, and audit or expert missions.
As such, the CHUM has had to intervene in Haiti (midwifery), Cuba (oncology), Costa Rica (oncology training), and has hosted medical students (University of the West Indies), etc.
NEW TECHNICAL PLATFORM
With its atypical triangular shape, the new technical platform extends over nearly 29,000 m².
The building has been designed in compliance with France’s High Environmental Quality (HQE) standards.
- 191 beds in private, air-conditioned rooms, 7 rooms designed to hold 2 beds
- 2 scanners
- 2 MRI
- 13 operating theatres connected to a heliport by special lift
CHU MARTINIQUE IS A FRENCH CARIBBEAN INSTITUTION COMPOSED OF 6 SITES
Clarac Hospital: specialized in oncology
Pierre Zobda-Quitman Hospital: specialized in medicine, surgery, critical care and state-of-the-art medical techniques
The Emma Ventura Centre : specialized in geriatric care
Maison de la Femme, de la Mère et de l’Enfant: specialized in maternity care, perinatal care and pediatrics
Trinité Hospital: the North Atlantic primary healthcare institution for emergency and maternity care
Mangot Vulcin Hospital: specialized in physical medicine and rehabilitation
CLINICAL RESEARCH AND TEACHING: COMPONENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY DIMENSION OF CHUM
The University Hospital of Martinique’s mission also includes developing research programs to contribute to advancing medical knowledge. This is the role of the Delegation for Clinical Research and Innovation (DRCI) and the Centre for Clinical Investigation – Clinical Epidemiology.
In addition, the establishment is a learning centre through its schools of medicine, nursing, physiotherapy and caregiver training.