The Cliniques universitaires Saint-Luc is a non-profit-making (ASBL) hospital associated with Université catholique de Louvain, and it is situated in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, Brussels, Belgium. The hospital opened on 23 August 1976. Catholic University of Louvain acquired some land in 1968 in the east of Brussels which did not have a large hospital at that time. After the university split into two and the French-speaking part moved to Ottignies except for the medical faculty and health sciences sector, which moved to the Brussels site. Being a teaching and university hospital UCL St.-Luc continues to do ground breaking medical research, for instance, the first baby born after ovarian transplant and the first photograph of human ovulation. This university is the largest hospital of Brussels, with the strength of 5800 employees and more than 900 beds. Beyond providing optimal patient care, Saint-Luc partners with the Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) in activities centered on research, innovation and teaching. Saint-Luc provides reference care and treats serious, rare or complex diseases of patients in Belgium and abroad. The hospital is structured into medical departments but also multidisciplinary centers and healthcare networks have been developed to better coordinate and manage patient care. Clinical Trial Center has been created in 2014 in order to professionalize the organization and the coordination of biomedical research across the institution. Saint-Luc is the first hospital in Europe having obtained the full AAHRPP accreditation, an international recognition that the hospital follows the standards of ethics and quality in the management of its clinical research activities. Saint-Luc is the first European hospital to receive full and international recognition of the quality of its clinical research, guaranteeing the best protection for patients participating in clinical studies. The Saint-Luc University Clinics and the Saint-Luc-UCL Faculty Ethics Committee have received FULL ACCREDITATION from the Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Program since September 17, 2015. This accreditation is A quality label recognizing that the Clinics follow the standards of ethics and quality in the procedures, management and organization of clinical research as well as in the protection of patients. The training of trainees’ doctors, nurses and other health professionals is an essential mission of the university clinics. The future practitioners of the clinics and the Hospital Network of UCL are the students of today.