When the date of hospitalization is settled (whether conventional or ambulatory), a pre-admission paper is given which, once made, exempts you from other administrative procedures during hospitalization.
Pre-admission can be made from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 17 pm on the ground floor of Building A. You must come with a proper ID, your “Carte Vitale”, your insurance card and the pre-admission document.
Come with the pre-admission paper, necessary lab exams (if any), the prescription of the usual treatment, and any medications taken daily that you might need.
The patient is discharged with a prescription, with the next appointment (be it at the corresponding ophthalmologist’s office or at our ophthalmology department) and with the various documents given at the entrance. The patient returns to the ground floor of Building A to formalize the procedure and gets “bulletin de situation” for the employer, or any other organization that might demand this type of document (Assurance Maladie, Insurance…).