La Clinique de l'Infirmerie Protestante was founded in 1844 and has over 30 medical specialties, including departments in cardiovascular surgery, visceral surgery, oncology, orthopedic surgery, ENT, and urological surgery. The hospital made many notable advancements in 2015, including introducing robotic-assisted surgery, and opening a dedicated thoracic pain unit.
The hospital has been certified by the National Health Authority (HAS), an independent authority which assesses the quality of care provided at French hospitals. Furthermore, the hospital has free WiFi, accepts dietary requests and has disability access rooms. There is air conditioning throughout and visitors have the option to stay in VIP private rooms.
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Clinic Of The Protestant Infirmary Of Lyon, 28 km from the Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport, and just 1 hour away from several ski resorts. The clinic can be reached via public transport (bus or metro) or taxi. The hospital is located in the historic St. Jean neighborhood, which is one of the largest neighborhoods of medieval Europe dating back to the 15th century.
The city of Lyon is France’s second largest and has over 2,000 years of history. It is famous for its cuisine and its architecture, a mixture of the historic and the modern avant-garde. It has also been voted "Best European Destination for the Weekend" at the World Travel Awards.
Lyon features numerous museums including the Gallo-Roman Museum, the Museum of Resistance and Deportation, the Museum of Fine Arts (MBA), the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC), and the latest Confluence Museum. The hotel is also in close proximity to the Croix Rousse, a picturesque, popular and lively district and the historical center of the silk industry.
Lyon is often named the gastronomical capital of the world, with traditional eateries called "bouchons" - a type of cosy restaurant that serve delicious Lyonnaise food. In addition to the lively bouchons, which serve a lot of meaty dishes and local wines, the city is also home to numerous Michelin starred restaurants.
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Special offer for group stays
Special dietary requests accepted
Private rooms for patients available
Mobility accessible rooms
Online doctor consultation
Local transportation booking
Personal assistance / Concierge
Health insurance coordination