Clinique Juge

Risk management

The Clinique Juge pursues a policy of risk control and management within its establishment in order to anticipate and/or minimise damage and undesirable events that may occur to patients, visitors, professionals or the property of the health establishment.

The main objectives of risk management

  • Toimprove the safety of people and property
  • To control risks
  • Tolimit the seriousness of the consequences of accidents should they occur.

Vigilance measures form the basis of health safety at national level, as well as in our establishment.
They concern :


In addition to these health vigilances, the clinic has an identity management policy for patients, overseen by the Identity Vigilance Unit.

The clinic takes part in Patient Safety Weeks, which are annual events organised by the Ministry to raise awareness among patients and professionals, and are now part of the national patient safety programme.


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From the A51 motorway > Pardo Carénage tunnel Sainte-Marguerite/Mazargues/Menpenti exit

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Transport Metro 2 - Stops: Rond-point du Prado or Périer / Bus Bus 86 - Stop : Clinique Juge / Bus 41 - Stops : Paradis Rivet or Paradis d'Urville / Bus 19, 19B, 21 - Stops: Prado Rodocanachi / Bus 21 - Stop : Rond-Point du Prado

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Clinique Juge Marseille

116, Rue J. Mermoz
13008 Marseille

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