Relation ville-hôpital, vision d’un jeune médecin généraliste

de Rosnay, C. Dulong
February 2010
Oncologie;Feb2010, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p130
Academic Journal
De nouvelles interactions entre la ville et l’hôpital se sont instaurées depuis quelques années. Pour des raisons économiques et de société, on observe un redéploiement des soins hospitaliers en milieu ambulatoire. Cette ouverture à la ville est une chance, mais aussi un défi pour l’hôpital qui doit aujourd’hui apprendre à mieux connaître l’exercice ambulatoire. Il existe de véritables différences culturelles et organisationnelles entre ces deux activités médicales. Bien que celles-ci semblent parfois répondre à des prérogatives diamétralement différentes, elles sont éminemment complémentaires. L’exemple du parcours d’un patient atteint d’une pathologie cancéreuse illustre bien la coopération attendue entre le médecin traitant et l’oncologue de référence. À travers le regard néophyte d’un jeune généraliste, nous tacherons de témoigner de la richesse de notre profession, et nous évoquerons nos attentes sur les relations hôpital-ville.


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