Who we are

A team of employees
in search of
innovative solutions

Our mission

Loxamed was born with the ambition of supporting populations with limited or non-existent access to care and medical treatment.

Innovation in healthcare at the heart of our DNA

Loxamed is developing innovative healthcare services for local authorities and in sectors and activities that play a major role in people's lives: transport (notably with the SNCF and Air France groups), theme parks, construction sites, sports and cultural events.

Interview with the President of Loxamed by Dr Ludovic Toro, President of the Health and Solidarity Commission of the Greater Paris Metropolis.

Our history

Loxamed was born in March 2020 at a time of exceptional crisis, from an original idea by Arnaud Molinié, which became a reality thanks in particular to the support of Gérard Déprez, Chairman of the Loxam Group (No. 1 in Europe and No. 4 worldwide in equipment rental). Their common desire was to join forces in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic and make their contribution to the collective effort.

Initially, Loxamed's activity consisted in using Loxam modules, unused due to construction stoppages, to install telemedicine devices (a nurse and connected objects) and thus offer screening, diagnosis and vaccination solutions, starting with the most vulnerable groups (the first installation was carried out in a migrant workers' hostel in the 19th arrondissement of Paris).

At the request of the Agence régionale de santé (ARS) d'Île-de-France, and in order to speed up screening and break contamination chains, Loxamed quickly signed agreements with analysis laboratories (RTCPR tests) and pharmacies (antigenic tests). This initiative has received funding from the French government and local authorities.

Loxamed continued to develop innovative, connected mobile medical solutions in several major sectors of people's daily lives: transport (trains, stations, airplanes, airports), businesses (amusement parks, construction sites, shopping malls, offices, etc.), sports and cultural events (stadiums, championships, concert halls). Operations have been carried out in over 100 towns and 10 regions.

Loxamed is 51% owned by Loxam and 49% by Capitello Med (Capitello Group).

Foyer de la Commanderie (Paris XIXe)

Loxamed wins the "Innovation territoriale 2022" award


Loxamed was awarded the Territorial Innovation prize - in the Territorial Development & Management category - for "the deployment of customized, assisted and connected telemedicine projects, responding to the problems of medical desertification and access to diagnosis and care".

From left to right: Matthieu Guillotin, Managing Director, Loxamed; Arnaud Molinié, President, Loxamed; Murielle Fabre, Secretary General, Association des Maires de France; and Stéphanie Gay-Torrente, Director, Salons et Congrès Collectivités et Immobilier - Infopro Digital. © Loxamed

A team in search of innovative, tailor-made solutions

The Loxamed team is made up of both experienced and young talent.

A medical department has been set up to evaluate the company's good medical practices and validate the health aspects of the solutions and protocols established by Loxamed.

All Loxamed teams work hard every day to offer everyone simplified access to healthcare and preventive healthcare.

Candice Nechitch / Capitello Group
Candice Nechitch / Capitello Group

President of Loxamed

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Chairman of Capitello Group and co-founder of Loxamed

Course :

  • SVP Mobility Worldwide, Renault Group
  • Partner at Deloitte
  • Vice President, Strategy and Development, Lagardère SCA
  • Chairman and CEO, Lagardère Entertainment
  • Director of GIP #FRANCE2023
  • Founder of the Cercle des soutiens pour la candidature de la France pour la Coupe du monde de rugby 2023 (Supporters' Circle for France's bid for the Rugby World Cup 2023)
  • Genopole® Communications Director
  • Lyonnaise des eaux
  • Government Information Service
  • Director and deputy treasurer of AFM-Téléthon
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Matthieu Guillotin

Executive Vice-President

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Matthieu Guillotin began his career in Asia with Alcatel-Lucent in business development. He then joined the Renault Group, where he worked in all areas of marketing and actively contributed to building the Group's new Mobility strategy as Executive Secretary to the Senior Vice-President for New Mobility and Electric Vehicles.

Attentive to trends and resolutely focused on innovation, he joins Loxamed in November 2020 to grow our company's offering and footprint.

Matthieu Guillotin holds a Master's degree in International Business from Paris Dauphine University and is a graduate of the ESIEA engineering school.

Louis de Traverse

Sales and Business Development Manager

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A graduate of the Executive MBA in Health at Paris-Dauphine University, Louis has been working in the healthcare sector for 22 years, and moved into e-health a few years ago.

After holding support positions at Établissement Français du Sang, AFM-Téléthon (where he set up the purchasing department) and two medical biology laboratory networks (Novescia and Labster), Louis then moved into business development at MesDocteurs and Medadom.

In February 2023, he joins Loxamed in his current position.

Adèle Oliva

Operations Manager

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A business school graduate with a specialization in Supply Chain, Adèle began her career at Orange in inventory management.

She then joined the pallet industry at CHEP, as Head of Supply Chain Operational Controlling. She then moved to the world of ready-to-wear - Etam, Don't Call me Jennyfer -, where she became Downstream Supply Chain Director.

She then joined Loxamed as Director of Operations.

François Teboul
François Teboul / Teledok

Medical Director

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Teledok is a tele-medical platform that brings together a team of general practitioners and emergency physicians, under the direction of Dr François Teboul, who carry out tele-consultations and research into tele-medicine.

They have been Loxamed's partners since the company was founded, and will now be in charge of medical management.

In particular, their mission will be to validate the health aspects of the solutions and protocols proposed by Loxamed.

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Sandrine Ganichot

Financial and Administrative Director

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A graduate of Skema Business School, with a specialization in Corporate Finance, Sandrine began her career as a financial auditor with PWC.

After diversifying her experience in other firms, Sandrine turned to specialized financial consulting.

After several years, she moved to a CFO position in an insurance consultancy firm, where she was also an expert in business interruption and commodities. She then joined Loxamed as Finance and Administration Manager.

Sophie Adriansen

Marketing Manager

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Sophie has worked for over 16 years (including 5 years abroad in Canada and Spain) in the fields of BtoB sales development, strategic operational marketing and project management. During this time, she has worked in eight different sectors: the marketing department of the UPSA pharmaceutical laboratory, the development of pharmaceutical target markets and medical practices at BTP, and international BtoB events at the Comexposium group.

In February 2022, Sophie joined Loxamed as Project Development Manager before taking up her current position.

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