"This is the turning point
in the history of medicine in that city because the doctor by
his competence, dedication, enthusiasm and availability, has gained
the commitment of the local population and area. His work was
facilitated in part by advances in medical science, and secondly
by the caids of the region.
The clinic Mogador has become the civil hospital and
later a Hospital Group consisting of several units: Hospitalized
patients separate Muslims, Jews and Europeans,
with lodging and food adapted to their habits, and places of worship
respectively. Initially, funding was provided by appealing to
the feelings of solidarity among elites and populations according
to their ability."
"Thanks to his action, infant mortality, which until then had been very high in Mogador, was lowered and the Goutte de lait that he created in collaboration with his wife, he formed a host of nurses in the city. Among the doctors who succeeded him we can mention Dr. Ben Abbès, who became Minister of Health after the independence of Morocco.
When he retired he used his home as a private clinic but all medical procedures were free and for everyone, rich or poor.
When he died people said of him: 'but he is a saint in disguise... he deserves a qoubba like Sidi Magdoul...'" 1)
Nowadays in the former clinic of M. Bouveret there is a riad “Palais des remparts”. Guests of the riad enter the same door that was entered by numerous people who were coming here in search of the help of the kind Doctor. 2)