float: left; width: 150px; margin-top: 20px; margin-bottom: 20px;
"The French health care system is generally recognised as offering the best, or one of the best, services of public health care in the world. Above all, it is a system that works, provides universal cover, and is a system that is strongly defended by virtually everyone in France.
The health care system in France is made up of a fully-integrated network of public hospitals, private hospitals, doctors and other medical service providers. It is a universal service providing health care for every citizen, irrespective of wealth, age or social status.
Due to the evolution of population's needs, to the economic and political context, to the scientific and technological progress, that system is constantly discussed, questionned, challenged, revised and adapted for decades. Those debates mobilise all stakeholders in the society around two major axis : improvement of health care access and quality ; cost reduction.
Ideal Medical Products Engineering and its affiliates IRIS Conseil Santé and Gaz Purs et Fluides, take part in those discussions and contribute to the improvement of health care systems by developping innovative solutions to overcome emerging constraints.
Our experience in the international healthcare sector feeds our studies, and we concretely export the french know-how : health infrastructures, information systems, equipement and medical devices, research, expertise, consulting, regional strategic planning, engineering, construction, programming, operations, management, purchasing, training (medical, paramedical, technical and management staff) ensuring top quality and high-level skills.
Our aim is to provide our customers with analysis and technical documents enabling the most adapted decision making about design, building, renovation, and equipment of Health care Services, within their precise context and as part of a long-term strategy benefitting all stakeholders."
President of Ideal Medical Products Engineering Group
Tel : +33 (0)1 82 97 01 33
Fax : +33 (0)1 46 35 58 63