On Friday, September 15, the Mozart Institute opened, a new center designed to make travel easier for patients and their loved ones. The department invested 9.55 million euros in it.
Many members of the medical community, associations and elected officials were present on Friday in the center of Nice, at 17 Avenue Aubert. Why this meeting? Simply because on September 15 a new health care institution opened – the Mozart Institute.
Located in a magnificent building in the Musicians district, it aims to become a place of exchange, support and accompaniment for people suffering from cancer. In the center of these 950 square meters we find about twenty professionals, all on four levels, including 20 rooms dedicated to different topics.
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The management of this center is divided between the community of the Alpes-Maritimes department and the Antoine-Lacassagne center. The goal is to ease the patient’s journey by offering a program of activities, therapeutic education workshops and tailored care.
The Institute wants to offer patients, their loved ones and caregivers complete information: orientation, administrative, legal, financial and professional. We also organize departmental hotlines and psychological assistance. All in one frame “cocoon”, turned to floral decor.
Consultations and socio-aesthetic treatments are provided, as well as dietary support and physical activity. There we find, among other things, sophrology, reflexology, art therapy and even mindfulness meditation.
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Appointments at the former Mozart clinic are open to everyone and free of charge. The goal is also to increase awareness and prevention among the general public through information on risks, protective factors, lifestyle recommendations and screening.
Faced with this disease, which is the leading cause of death in France and is still rising, the center wants to be at the forefront technologically, with “high-quality examination, as close as possible to scientific achievements“.
Near Nice-Press On the sidelines of the inauguration, the President of the Alpes-Maritimes, Charles-Ange Ginezy, expressed the hope that the institute would become “model, role model throughout the country“.
For the chosen ones”The government can actually do a better job of supporting people with cancer, both in terms of the support allocated to them and in actually combating medical merit“.
- Mozart Institute, 17 Avenue Aubert, Nice,
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