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A Regional Health Organisation Plan
A territorial health programme: 5 healthcare territories
A Regional University Hospital (around 6,000 employees)
18 general hospitals, 9 local hospitals, 54 private clinics



In 2008, Normandy's healthcare facilities provided a total of 5,952 hospital beds. Normandy is better equipped than the French national average. This superior regional offer, compared to the national offer, essentially stems from a higher number of general medical care beds (2.53 beds for 1,000 inhabitants compared to a national average of 2.1).
In 2008, the territory comprised - for the public sector - a Regional University Hospital (covering 4 sites), 18 general hospitals, 9 local hospitals, 1 public service unit and 3 specialised psychiatric care centres and - for the private sector - 54 private clinics. In terms of bed space or available places for 1,000 adults aged from 20 to 59 years, Normandy is better equipped to care for disabled adults than the French national average (1,09 specialised centres in Normandy compared to 0.60 throughout mainland France). Care for the elderly is particularly well developed with an equipment level within specially adapted elderly accommodation (retirement homes, sheltered elderly housing and temporary elderly accommodation beds) of 136.56 beds for 1,000 inhabitants aged 75 years or more (compared to 118 beds throughout mainland France).

EMPLOYMENT STRUCTURE – HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS
At the 31st of December 2008, the Caen University Hospital employed around 6,000 salaried workers:
Equivalent full-time medical staff (doctors): 793
Equivalent full-time non-medical staff: 5,199
At the 1st of January 2009, Normandy totalled: 4,122 doctors, including 2,094 general practitioners and 1,986 specialists; 1,461 pharmacists; 607 dental surgeons; 1,133 physiotherapists; 12,784 independent visiting nurses; 473 midwives...
The density of independent healthcare professionals for 100,000 inhabitants at 1st January 2008 was: 143 for general practitioners, 139 for specialised practitioners, 108 for visiting nurses, 42 for dental surgeons and 56 for physiotherapists.

RESEARCH
Fundamental and applied research is concentrated within the Caen conurbation: University of Caen, François Baclesse Centre (CLCC cancer centre network), GRECAN (Regional cancer research group), Centre Esquirol (Psychiatry), CERMN (Normandy Medicinal Drug Research Centre), Cyceron (Centre for Cerebral Imaging and Research in the Neurosciences) which strives to unveil the mysteries of the human brain and the degenerative pathologies which affect it (Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia...) through MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging) and (PET) Positron Emission Tomography.


PHARMACY – PARAPHARMACY – SURGICAL EQUIPMENT
Schering-Plough in Hérouville-Saint-Clair (505 salaried workers, 415 of whom have permanent contracts); Farmaclair SAS (Fareva Group) in Hérouville-Saint-Clair (187 salaried workers); Sanofi – Aventis in Lisieux (173 salaried workers); Famar in L’Aigle (195 salaried workers); Nestlé Clinical Nutrition France in Creully (164 salaried workers); Thépenier Pharma Industrie in Saint-Langis-les-Mortagne (100 salaried workers); Laboratoires Gilbert (Batteur Group) in Hérouville-Saint-Clair (318 salaried workers); Société Roval in Flers (220 salaried workers); Laboratoire du Dermophil Indien in Magny-le-Désert (45 salaried workers); Laboratoire Auriège de Cosmétologie (LASCO) in Saint-Lô (36 salaried workers); Benoist Girard SAS (Lisi Group) in Hérouville-Saint-Clair (270 salaried workers); Unither Normandy (Unither Group) in Coutances (60 salaried workers); Cosmesoap in Falaise (24 salaried workers)…





  • BLOC OPERATOIRE
  • CHU Caen
  • CYCERON A CAEN
  • CYCERON A CAEN
  • Soins dentaires