The hospital can be found in Meyrin, a mini Geneva tech hub home to state-of-the-art organisations such as CERN.
French is the dominant language in this part of Switzerland, although most staff members are multilingual and can converse fluently in German and English.
It takes just 15 minutes to arrive at the hospital from the Geneva International Airport, and the city is well-connected to the rest of Europe via train.
Despite being a sizable medical institution, Hôpital de La Tour adopts a personalized approach to each patient. Every patient gets treated more like a family member than a fee-paying customer, and the staff is famed for their compassionate approach.
Its overarching aim is to provide every patient with the best quality of life possible, both short and long-term. Doctors and nurses draw on comprehensive medical expertise and use cutting-edge technology to diagnose and treat every condition. Patients can expect customised administrative support throughout the process, from the initial diagnosis to the treatment phase and follow-up monitoring.
Hôpital de La Tour operates an emergency department 24/7, where Swiss Society of Emergency and Rescue Medicine (SSMUS) certification ensures you are in safe hands. There’s also a progressive care and an intensive care unit, each boasting prestigious CRUIMC accreditation. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit provides Level II A intermediate care to guarantee every newborn gets the chance to thrive.
As the only institute in the region to offer all these services (and more), Hôpital de La Tour has become a benchmark for high-quality medical care.
The spacious inpatient facility comes with a slew of services—you can expect utmost comfort and dignity during your stay. Admin staff provides support by arranging everyday essentials like laundry, hairdressing, taxis, and chaplaincy. With the small things taken care of, patients get a better chance to relax during these stressful times.
Fields of specialization:
Hôpital de La Tour employs a multi-disciplinary roster of 200+ specialists and physicians, whose collective expertise spans almost every medical field. Fully trained nurses and administrative staff work in close collaboration with the doctors to streamline treatment and care. A new building was added to the institute in 2018 to expand its impressive array of high-quality healthcare services.
Although Hôpital de La Tour treats an array of ailments, the medical centre is especially renowned in the following fields:
Facts and Figures:
From gastroenterologists to cardiologists and nuclear medicine physicians, Hôpital de La Tour currently has 238 specialists and general practitioners on its team. The large inpatient facility contains 145 shared and private rooms, with a dedicated team to provide support and care around the clock.
The facility also houses the biggest training hospital in the region, with 12 internationally recognized programmes educating around 40 up-and-coming physicians per year.