The information is passed on here in good faith. It is not a recommendation for a particular GP, nor is it intended to imply that a GP is fluent in English.
Also I had to visit a gynaecologist at CHAM (Centre Hospitalier d'Arrondisement Montreuil), Dr Dominique Parmentier, spoke perfect english.
That is because we are in a multi-cultural corner of the world, close to CH.
It is in their interest to learn to speak good English because of the number
of different nationalities in our region. Please feel free to PM me if you need
further information or recommandations.
also they are a doc short so we get 2hrs waiting time, always and often a locum who knows nothing about neuro endocrine.
just looking for anew practice now, need a doc who is pro active!
One of my English language students is a young man who wishes to study medicine and he comes to me before going to University because he realises that speaking English is definitely a bonus. In fact, although some of the doctors are a little shy of speaking the language, when push comes to shove and they need to have us understand completely, it is amazing how much comes to the surface.
Norman H has posted a list of very helpful hospital/doctors questions and answers on the English Forum under the Health section FYI.
The link is as follows : http://services.completefrance.com/FORU ... CS/forums/
there are many categories, but the one you need is "Health". There might also be additional information under the website Total France, but this is not known to me. NormanH is a regular contributor to the first forum, as he has also been "in the wars" and knows what it's like coping.....
If you need more help, feel free to PM or post on this forum. All the best