Centre d’hémodialyse Aix en Provence
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Our centre is a multidisciplinary health facility

Welcome to the Aix en Provence haemodialysis centre

The Axium clinic's Provence haemodialysis centre

Almaviva Santé Group

As part of our drive to improve quality, we have designed this website to provide you with the best possible care.
All our nursing and administrative staff are on hand to support you throughout your treatment and offer you the best possible care.
Our website provides useful information about our centre, our teams, the treatments we offer and our quality approach.

Don't hesitate to contact us for further information. You can also meet our professionals at our facility near the Axium clinic.

Enjoy your visit to our website.


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Come to the centre

By car
By car

From Nice :On the A8 motorway, take exit 31 "Aix-Val-Saint-André".Take the Cours Gambetta, then turn right onto Avenue des Déportés de la Résistance Aixoiseand continue on Rue du Ricm at the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Avenue du Dr Aurientis

By car
By car

From Marseille :Take the A8 motorway towards Nice, then take exit 31 "Fréjus/Saint Raphaël/Aubagne/Aix-Val Saint André"."Fréjus/Saint Raphaël/Aubagne/Aix-Val Saint André".Join Cours Gambetta, then turn right onto Avenue des Déportés de la Résistance Aixoiseand continue onto Rue du Ricmat the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto avenue du Dr Aurientis


Aix-en-Bus Line 1 : stop - Dr Aurientis

Aix-en-Bus Line 3 : stop - Tour d'Aygos

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Hémodialyse Aix en Pce

50 Avenue du Dr Aurientis,
13100 Aix-en-Provence

Our commitments

Sustainable development

Corporate Social Responsibility

Our CSR approach is transversal, operational and aims to be as close as possible to the field.
Organ Donation

Organ and Blood Donations

More than 14400 patients who need an organ transplant every year. The main obstacle to transplantation is the persistent lack of available organs.