Activities | Cash dispensers | Cash office | Hairdresser | Mediation unit | Newspapers | Pets | Religious services | Stamps and letter box | Telephone booths | Visits | Volunteer transport
Set in parkland on the Belle-Idée estate, Trois-Chêne Hospital admits patients whose state of health requires hospitalization for geriatric care or rehabilitation treatment. The Hospital has a leading-edge radiology unit and an emergency service that can treat patients over 75 years of age, excluding life-threatening emergencies.
Ch. du Pont-Bochet 3 / Rte de Mon-Idée
Tél. +41 (0)22 305 61 11
Bus n° 31 or 1 (depending on timetable), alight at "Hôpital Trois-Chêne"
Info, timetables and trip planner
During the week (7 am to 5 pm): the first hour is free, then paid.
At weekends, on public holidays and on weekdays after 5 pm: the first three hours are free
Monday to Sunday, 8 am - 7 pm
Visiting is allowed at any time until 8 pm.
Monday to Sunday : 9 am - 5 pm
A smokers’ shelter is provided in the courtyard garden
Slippers with a back are on sale at Reception
A range of activities are on offer: Internet access, a selection of newspapers, a library with books to borrow, parties and occasional craft sales.
A BCGE cash machine is available on-site.
The cash office is open for depositing and collection of valuables from Monday to Friday, 8.30 am to 12 noon and 1.30 to 4.30 pm. At the weekend, Reception can return petty cash.
Near Reception, a hairdressing salon is at your disposal from Monday to Friday, 9 am to 12 noon and 1 to 5 pm. Please book an appointment by ringing 022 305 66 45. A nurse will book this for you on request. There is a charge
The unit is open Monday, 1 pm to 5 pm, Tuesday, 9am to 1 pm, Thursday, 2 pm to 6 pm 079 553 40 39 or 022 305 62 28
Newspapers, snacks and miscellaneous items are on sale at Reception.
Pets on a lead are only allowed in Reception, in the restaurant and in the grounds.
Mass or divine service is celebrated every Sunday. Please see the times displayed in the dining room on each floor. Volunteers can accompany you there.
Stamps and letter box
Stamps are on sale at reception. You can hand your outgoing mail to your healthcare team to post, or post it yourself in the letter box near Reception.
Telephone booths are at your disposal on the ground floor and near the restaurant. Telephone cards are on sale at Reception.
Visiting is allowed at any time. However, as mornings are the main time for care and treatment, you will be more readily available in the afternoon. Your next of kin can spend the night at your bedside on request.
There is free transport for your visitors. Shuttles run on Monday and Wednesday. To book seats, please telephone the Protestant Social Centre. 022 807 07 22