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Malestroit - Post-war Period

In found back peace, Mother Yvonne Aimée, who exerted without counting for the various Monasteries of the Order: in France, England, Africa, is elected first general Superior of Federation of Augustines, in 1946. She dies in odor of holiness on February 3, 1951, she is 49 years old.

With the goal of improving service, work and renovations continued at the private hospital, during the years which followed. A Maternity ward dates from 1943, the surgery department diversified and specialized, a new medical service was inaugurated in 1971 and a new operating theatre was opened in 1973.

In 1978, the private hospital became part of the hospital system available to the public. Currently, it belongs to the Hospital complex of Saint Augustin, created by the Community, which comprises, in addition to the private hospital of Malestroit, two facilities in Angers (a retirement home and a private hospital, Saint Sauveur), the training Center of Saint Michel (with a school for nurses’ aides and a center of continuing education) and the Association Moldova Yvonne Aimée (a training service in Moldavia).

The Olive-tree of Mercy planted in Dieppe in the Middle Ages has extended its branches. But what is the sap which nourishes it? The description of our charisma will inform us about this strenght of life which bursts forth at each epoch of our long history.