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Explore an autopsy of an organisation that brings the technicality and safety to home hospitalization

In Tours, LNA Santé enhances the potential of the French home hospitalization model by relying on the strong expertise and unfailing commitment of its multidisciplinary teams. 

Discover how, thanks to skilfully orchestrated processes, LNA Santé is transforming patients' homes into secure, computerised and connected hospital rooms. Pharmacy, logistics, human resources, all resources are coordinated to guarantee seamless patient care. 

Follow David Guyère, its director, to understand these complex workings and the strategy that has enabled sustained development, all the more important during the COVID-19 epidemic, during which the establishment's activity grew exponentially.

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Meet your expert guides

Director LNA Santé - HAD Val de Loire

David Guyere

With more than 15 years of experience in the health sector, David Guyere is convinced that modern management of medical and care teams requires a combination of courage, pedagogy and leadership. He believes that Hospitalisation at Home is the hospital of the future: "in reality, patients aspire to be able to live with an illness, be treated for it and in some cases cured, in their own home."

They will also guide you

Cécile du Passage

Physician at LNA Santé

Manon Bourgignon


Michèle Luzau

Coordinating nurse at LNA Santé

Dounia Abbes

Coordinating nurse at LNA Santé

What you will get on this eJourney

A complete step by step program

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    • The advantages of hospital at home

    • HAD Val de Loire and user profiles

    • Staff

    • Medical approach 1/2

    • Medical approach 2/2

    • Nursing organization

    • Be a nurse in hospital at home

    • Daily journey of a nurse in hospital at home

    • Technology support

    • Attending a young patient

    • Support nurse

    • Attending a patient at the end of life

    • Pharmacy

    • Psycho-social sector

    • COVID-19 response

    • Social responsibility