Did you choose the CMC for your hospitalization? We thank you for trusting us.
The CMC makes every effort to ensure that your hospitalization takes place in the best possible conditions. The healthcare team will accompany you during your stay at the CMC and will ensure that you get quality medical service in our modern facilities, in line with international standards.
If your hospitalization is scheduled, the doctor will give you instructions to follow before your intervention: personal hygiene, special diet, medical examinations, etc. In this case, we ask you to follow these instructions to the letter.
In general, avoid drinking alcohol in the days before you are admitted to hospital.
In the event of hospitalization at the CMC, you will first have received a summons signed by the doctor. We kindly ask you to be at the CMC on time so that we can organize your hospitalization.
Any minor who is hospitalized at the CMC must be accompanied by his father, mother or legal guardian.
Upon your admission, you must be in possession of the doctor’s summons, as well as identity documents (voter card or passport). Subscribers must present their SBIM card. For the insured, the insurance card and certificate of coverage are necessary.
For private patients (not under contract), a deposit is required before admission.
We advise you to bring a small suitcase containing your personal effects, namely:
toiletries: toothbrush, comb, soap, towel, razor, etc.
Please do not take any valuables with you. CMC cannot be held responsible for any loss or theft of personal belongings at its facilities.
Patients who are hospitalized in the dispensary are not allowed to bring personal effects or a change of clothes. A gown is provided to them on their arrival.
In the heart of Lubumbashi, the CMC (Centre Médical de la Communauté) has more than 20 years of experience in patient care. Our strengths: the quality of care, state-of-the-art equipment, modern infrastructures and procedures in line with international standards.
Pour toutes urgences médicales, Appelez les Urgences ou l’Ambulance aux numéros ci-après:
+243 840 89 0999 | +243 999 99 9112