Welcome to Sainte Marie Hospital of Marie-Galante Guadeloupe - French West Indies
The medical imaging project is co-financed by the European Interreg-Caribbean programme. As such, until 31 December 2023, it is aimed primarily at OECS countries, particularly Dominica and Montserrat. In 2024, we plan to extend it to all Caribbean countries wishing to benefit from the care offered by our health establishment.
Our key advantage in the Caribbean region is the quality of the facilities available in Guadeloupe, the excellence of our expertise and the effectiveness of the training we provide in line with the targeted needs. You can rely on our wide range of care services, and we make it our duty to meet your expectations to the best of our abilities.
Public health establishments in Guadeloupe are organised into a "Territorial Hospital Grouping” (GHT by its French acronym). The principle of a GHT in France is to pool medical resources and equipment and to distribute medical activities across a territory. In this case, Guadeloupe.
This type of organisation contributes to the roll-out of a wider range of care by enabling all patients to access the treatment they require in a hospital other than our own, if we do not have this service in-house. For example, a medical imaging procedure that cannot be carried out at the Marie Galante Hospital can be performed at the University Hospital of Guadeloupe. In this case, our establishment will refer the patient to the relevant health facility and we will manage the patient's care administratively.
Patients wishing to access our medical imaging services have several options for organising their sojourn in Guadeloupe. They can come on their own or use a service provider who will organise their arrival and stay in Guadeloupe.
As we are keen to provide you with the most appropriate solutions and expertise in our field, I invite you to take a closer look at our website, which reflects the services we offer.
Director, Sainte Marie of Marie-Galante Hospital