Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Toulouse *Health

France

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Foundation: 1313

Mission: The four missions of the CHU: - Care: The University Hospital Centre, with a regional vocation established by decree, ensures priority missions of care and education of patients. As such, it offers routine and highly specialized medical and surgical services, receives patients in emergency 24 hours a day, and develops alternatives to traditional hospitalization with in particular ambulatory activities, telemedicine, network activities, in partnership with hospitals in the region, clinics and town medicine. It guarantees the most underprivileged people access to reception structures such as the Health Point, the PASS, and migrant consultations. - Prevention: The CHU participates in public health, prevention and health education actions for patients in its care, and in collective information campaigns for the general public through actions coordinated with the associative network (AIDS, drug addiction, the fight against smoking, cardiovascular risks, social and humanitarian medicine...). - Teaching: As a partner of the faculties of medicine, dentistry and pharmacy, within the framework of agreements between them and the Paul-Sabatier University, the CHU contributes to university and post-graduate teaching and to the training of hospital and non-hospital practitioners. Thanks to the regional centre for teaching and training in health professions (PREFMS), it also provides initial teaching for health professionals. - Research: In the field of clinical research, the CHU contributes actively to the progress of medical and pharmaceutical sciences, in cooperation with faculties and UFR, EPST, INSERM and CNRS.

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History: www.chu-toulouse.fr

19th

Overall percentile

33rd

Research percentile

14th

Innovation percentile

15th

Societal percentile

Evolution of the institution

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Compared to its context

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Publishing profile

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