Radiotherapy centre, Compiègne
The Compiègne radiotherapy centre was founded in 1974 by two radiotherapy oncologists: Docteur Michel Ciupa and Docteur Daniel Gay. In 2009 it integrated new premises on Rue Jean rue Jean Jacques Bernard (on the grounds of the military camp of Royallieu), providing an ideal setting for the reception and care of hundreds of patients who are treated there every year.
Since 2014, the centre has joined the Amethyst group and has benefited from an equipment renovation and modernisation programme. A second radiotherapy machine was installed, which allows treatment of patients in stereotactic conditions. In addition, the equipment has been modernised: recent calculation software, dosimetry equipment and immobilisation equipment for the greatest comfort of patients.
The Compiègne centre has built a solid reputation based on its medical performance and also on partnerships with other centres of the group or hospitals in the region. Patients can be treated by brachytherapy at La Garenne-Colombes, Amethyst’s Charlebourg-La Défense centre. Management of patients to benefit from chemo-irradiation is carried out jointly with the Compiègne hospital. We are in contact with the hospital centre’s coordinating nurses to optimise treatment planning.
From diagnosis to the implementation of a treatment strategy, our therapeutic approach is multidisciplinary and adapted to each patient. Our radiotherapy oncologists participate in multidisciplinary meetings, especially at the Compiègne hospital, to decide effectively on each case. They pool their skills to make a diagnosis and agree on the best treatment options during the scientific council meetings.