Relaxation, sport, meeting… A shared space for Dieppe hospital staff

The main room of the new shared location within the Dieppe hospital (Seine-Maritime) is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week for staff with badges. (©FM / Les Informations Dieppoises)

The different staff of theDieppe hospital (Seine Maritime) have a new common space, multipurpose, where you can meet to chat on sofas, do sports, wellness activities and even nap in special cells. The place was officially inaugurated on Friday November 18, 2022.

An intuition that has been confirmed

“It’s a place we’ve wanted to create for several years,” recalls Valerie Billard, director of the establishment. For this, we have joined forces with the Hospital Foundation (formerly Fondation Hôpitaux de Paris-Hôpitaux de France). »

“In 2018, we were coming out of a complicated period, the hospital was in crisis, underlines Anne Leclercq, quality of life at work project manager within the hospital. We had the intuition of its usefulness, which was later confirmed. »

With the Covid crisis, the imagined space was logically used as a consultation space, which somewhat delayed the project. The space has now been operational since the spring. It occupies an old meeting room, which has been completely redone.

Covering an area of ​​98 square meters, it has two rooms: one with sports equipment and individualized rest areas, the other is a large, nicely refurbished room that serves as a meeting space and places where events are organized. entertainment, such as meditation, sophrology, hypnosis sessions.

There are also games and documentary resources useful to the hospital world.

An individualized nap corner.
An individualized nap corner. (©FM / Les Informations Dieppoises)
Designer benches.
Designer benches. (©FM / Les Informations Dieppoises)

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“The hospital has been damaged”

“It’s a very beautiful place, a symbol and a message that show that we are improving the hospital, as a working tool and in its way of working”, underlines the mayor Nicolas Langlois. “ The Covid-crisis revealed how badly the hospital had been damaged, highlights the Deputy Sebastien Jumel. We had to give a sign to the caregivers that we were taking care of them. »

The vice-president of the Hospital Foundation, Anne Barrere, was also present: “The mission of our institution was to make houses for families, houses for parents, houses for children… now with the Covid we are making houses for caregivers,” she said.

Indeed, 280 projects of this type are completed or on track.

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