Hello and Happy New Year!
I’m curious to know this: sometimes, I’ve seen the same doctor with practices in different locations and with different sectors (secteurs). So for example, this doctor, whom I’ll see soon, https://www.doctolib.fr/gastro-enterologue/paris/jean-marc-canard?pid=practice-3814, has two locations, one in Paris 13e in a hospital (Hôpital Privé des Peupliers), where he’s conventionné secteur 1 and carte vitale accepté, the other in Paris 14e (seems like a private practice), where he’s conventinné secteur 2, with carte vitale non-accepté.
I wonder, whether in this kind of cases, the time spent for patients’ consultaion and the attention paid to them will depend on the location and the secteur, since the prices are normally different and depends on secteurs? I mean, it’s quite sensible to choose the location with conventionné secteur 1 to pay the lower price; but the conventionné secteur 1 specialists (not GP’s) are mostly in a hospital, and I’ve seen very few specialists to be conventionné secteur 1, and practicing outside a hospital. But do the facts that (1) the prices are lower, and (2) the practice is in a hospital imply that the time spent with patients will be less there, whereas in private practices the doctors will consult better to patients? I apologize if this is a blunt question, but seem like there’s some logic behind it. I’d be grateful to hear your experience! Thanks a lot!!