Clinique de la Soukra

Tunis, Tunisia

Tunis, Tunisia

Overview

Overview

Clinique de la Soukra is a multi-disciplinary hospital, which specializes in 7 medical areas including neurology, orthopedics, and reconstructive surgery. It was founded in 2003 and has grown exponentially in the years since. The hospital is equipped with a modern after-care clinic to provide rehabilitation treatments of the highest standard.

Service standards at the clinic is comparable to a luxury hotel, with a coffee shop, international newspapers in stock, and à la carte restaurant style food. Airport pick-up and drop off is available to international patients, as well as hotel pick-up. Additionally, free access to wifi, as well as laundry and nanny services are available to all patients.

Location

Clinique de la Soukra is located in Tunis, and is 10km from the Tunis-Carthage International Airport.

Tunis is the metropolitan capital of Tunisia, in North Africa. It is perched on Lake Tunis, slightly inland from the Mediterranean Sea’s Gulf of Tunis.

The Bardo National Museum is one of the North Africa’s largest museums and follows the interesting history of Tunisian heritage. It can be found 20km from the hospital.

One sight-worthy destinaiton, only 14 km from the clinic is the Al-Zaytuna Mosque. As the oldest mosque in Tunisia, it was finished in 698 AD and the columns were brought from the ruined city of Carthage.

Languages spoken

English

Services

Medical records transfer
Rehabilitation
Translation services
Interpreter services
Airport pickup
Free Wifi
TV in the room
Special dietary requests accepted
Private rooms for patients available
Parking available
Nursery / Nanny services
Pharmacy
Laundry
Dry cleaning
Religious facilities
Mobility accessible rooms
Procedures

Procedures

103 procedures across 7 specialties

>Neurology

(6 procedures)

Alzheimer's Disease Consultation

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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Consultation

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Epilepsy Treatment

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>Neurosurgery

(6 procedures)

Brachial Plexus Injury Treatment

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Brain Aneurysm Repair

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Brain Tumor Surgery

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>Orthopedics

(33 procedures)

Achilles Tendon Rupture

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Ankle Arthroscopy

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Ankle Fracture Treatment

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>Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

(5 procedures)

Bone and Joint Screening

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Lymphatic Drainage Massage

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Orthopedic Rehabilitation

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>Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery

(22 procedures)

Arm Lift

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Body Lift

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Breast Implants

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>Rheumatology

(6 procedures)

Fibromyalgia Treatment

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Lupus Erythematosus Treatment

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Consultation

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>Spinal Surgery

(25 procedures)

Artificial Disc Replacement

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Cervical Spondylosis Treatment

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Corpectomy

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More about available treatments at Clinique de la Soukra

The radiology department is equipped with modern technology including an MRI 1.5 Tesla, a digital radiology table, and a 128 strips multi-slice scanner.

There are 4 state-of-the-art operating rooms, and a separate sterilization room to maintain international cleanliness and safety standards.

The stroke unit provides continuous care to patients who have suffered from a cerebrovascular accident (stroke). Patients receive close and constant monitoring via a combination of video surveillance, advanced technology, and human care.

Staff

Staff

There are over 100 medical experts employed by Clinique de la Soukra, who work together to provide the best possible care for all patients.

The rehabilitation center is staffed by 30 therapists who specialize in different areas, including physiotherapy, electrotherapy, neuropsychology, and speech therapy.

Reviews

Reviews

External Reviews from Google

  • patricia Costelloe, June 2019

    1

    I awoke from chest surgery in agony in the recovery room - with no doctors available! Although I was happy with the thoracic surgeon, his anesthesiologist let him and his whole team down in disgrace. I awoke from sugery to find 5 or 6 nurses around my bed in the recovery room , no doctor visible and in total and absolute agony! The anesthesiologist, Dr Abderrahmet Boukhatem, hadn't even waited to see me fully come round and had run off to another surgery, so he told me, later as his excuse. I was screaming in pain, begging for a painkiller. I remained like this for an hour. I called for my husband who they allowed to come to the door - and they told him to go to the pharmacy and collect a prescription somebody had written. It was for Paracetemol - when I clearly needed morphine! Then I was moved into the corridor and left there for another half hour - all the time begging to be returned to my room. What kind of clinic is this? What kind of anesthesiologist does that? Appalling, shocking - I remember it like a nightmare with the nurses just telling me again and again 'Don't cry, stop crying.' Surgery is difficult enough without waking up in absolute agony. Shame on you all.

  • Toumi Mondher, May 2019

    5

    قسم الاستخلاص و الفوترة بمركز التصوير و الأشعّة متحيّلين، عاملوني معاملة متليقش بسمعة مصّحة تونسية، ونتحمل مسؤوليتي في الكلام هذا

  • Kjell Canale, March 2019

    5

    Gute Erfahrung gemacht.

  • hamza ben khenissi, February 2019

    1

    Despicable place. Don’t ever make the mistake of taking a human being to that place.
    The beds are dirty.
    The staff is rude and unprofessional.
    No pay no play.
    A patient could die outside if they are 10DT short.
    A family guest can not spend the night unless they pay an extra fee.
    The doctors are mediocre at best.
    It’s a place where hope dies, and humanity weathered.

  • K, February 2018

    5

    Excellent clinic. Personnel is professional. Good service.