Treatment Planning

Treatment plans vary depending on the case and the assigned ENT care: consultation, day hospital, outpatient surgical unit, conventional hospitalisation service, or the surgical block.


This department consists of a patient reception area, the secretarial service, 8 ENT consultation rooms, 1 nursing care room and the functional explorations area.

The ENT consultations sector is particularly well equipped: standard ENT examination equipment in every consultation room, several microscopes to examine ears, numerous fibroscopes and endoscopes to examine noses and sinuses, the throat and the vocal cords, as well as specific equipment for investigating voice and speech disorders.

The functional explorations area has 4 audiology rooms for routine hearing tests. Electrophysiological investigations can also be performed in certain situations (auditory evoked potentials, otoacoustic emissions, etc.). Two rooms are specifically equipped to investigate vertigo and balance problems. Sophisticated equipment is available for investigating voice disorders, enabling computer analysis of the voice, fibroscopy, endoscopy and stroboscopy of the larynx, as well as photo or video recording of the vocal cords.

Consultations are arranged on an appointment basis, from Monday to Friday, 8.30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1.30 p.m. to 4 p.m.

The Day Hospital

Open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., several tests can be conducted on the same day and certain conditions not requiring full hospitalisation can be treated (e.g. treatment of sudden hearing loss, treatment of cervicofacial dystonia by injection of botulinum toxin).


18 bed capacity (7 rooms with 2 beds, 4 rooms with 1 bed, including one specially equipped for investigating snoring and sleep disorders).
This department admits patients for whom a stay of 2 or more days is necessary. 
It is also here that patients requiring an outpatient surgical procedure (i.e. conducted during the day, with no need for an overnight stay in the hospital) are received and monitored.

Outpatient Surgery and Procedures

Patients requiring an outpatient surgical procedure - i.e. conducted during the day, with no need for an overnight stay in the hospital - are received and monitored.

The surgeon and anesthesiologist's decision to perform a procedure on an outpatient basis meets very strict criteria: type of surgery, comorbidities, distance from home, presence of a third party on return home, etc. 

The Operating Room

Within the surgical block (comprising several operating theatres for the various surgical specialities, a recovery and post-surgical monitoring room), one or two rooms are specifically dedicated to ENT and cervicofacial surgery.

ENT surgical equipment is particularly high-performance and cutting-edge:

  • Several surgical microscopes
  • Video endoscopy equipment for nasal and sinus surgery, ear surgery and base of skull surgery.
  • Laser CO2, laser thulium
  • System for intraoperative facial nerve detection and monitoring
  • Computer-assisted surgical equipment for detection of dangerous or important anatomical structures during surgery, particularly for certain sinus procedures
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The Fondation Adolphe de Rothschild Hospital, recognised as a public utility, has the French legal status of private healthcare
29 rue Manin - 75019 Paris- France / Tel. +33 (0)