Bad weather in Moselle: flooded, the Boulay laboratory moves to temporary premises

This Tuesday, activities resume after the floods which disrupted this weekend of the Pentecost Bridge in Moselle. In Boulay, the laboratory had to move its premiseswho had been victims of the floods.

In a press release, the Ouilab company specifies that the Jager Beauveil laboratory, located on Place Clémenceau, “cannot receive patients today”. A solution was found with the removal of sampling activities to temporary premises.

The laboratory is temporarily set up at Boulay hospital

Patients are invited to come at the Boulay hospital, next to radiology. In detail, access is via the main entrance of the hospital, by taking the blue elevator at the end of the corridor, you then have to go down to the radiology department (the old polyclinic). Signage “Ouilab Lab” has been established.

Opening hours are the same as usual (7 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays, 7 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. Patients with questions can contact the Saint-Nabord laboratory at




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