The Clinic des Grangettes is a private Swiss clinic, famous for its quality service and excellent reputation.
Location: 10 minutes’ drive from the center of Geneva, 15 minutes’ drive from the train / railway station, 30 minutes’ drive from the airport.
The clinic is surrounded by a very nice park, which creates a calm and exclusive atmosphere.
The clinic disposes of very effective diagnostic and therapeutic tools, regularly updated. The medical corps is composed of more than 450 independent doctors and surgeons, carefully selected, which ensures a high level of skill.
The Clinic des Grangettes is specialized in the following areas of medicine:
Pediatrics is one of the priority areas of the clinic. In this area, Clinic des Grangettes is the leading private institution in the country.
Children’s department is located in a separate pavilion, having the shape of a transparent oval standing on the water. Very spacious, the pavilion has four floors, two of which are located under the ground. In the children’s department are: consulting doctors’ offices, treatment rooms and a variety of medical devices.
Technical equipment of the children’s ward of the Clinic des Grangettes is unique among private clinics. The clinic has a full radiological center, including remote-controlled digital fluoroscopy, densitometry, ultrasound, MRI 1.5 Tesla, as well as room to prepare for the anesthesia.
Children’s Radiology is an important link between the attending pediatrician and other specialists in the treatment of childhood diseases.
For special comfort, there are children’s rooms, where they can play. Bright room design and an amazing aquarium with exotic fish distract young patients from their troubles. The clinic is designed and maintained by a special confidential atmosphere, which allows physicians to easily establish friendly contact with young patients and arouse their interest in treatment.
Radiology allows you to visualize the physiology and metabolism of the human body. X-ray imaging is used in the clinic and its various departments, such as:
The radiological Centre of Clinic des Grangettes is equipped with the latest technologies. It can perform all the necessary diagnostic tests:
Radiation therapy is one of the three existing weapons in the fight against malignant tumors with chemotherapy and surgery. It is particularly effective in the treatment of localized tumors and to prevent recurrence.
The Institute is equipped with modern radiotherapy equipment RapidArc, which greatly improved the comfort and accuracy of treatment, while reducing the number of sessions and reducing side effects.
RapidArc, a high-tech machine technology based on the use of high-precision linear accelerators in conjunction with computed tomography. Real-time RapidArc allows you to send on a tumor radiation 10 times more powerful than the previous generation of devices without hitting healthy organs.
Today’s technological advances mean that urological pathologies can be treated far more efficiently and less invasively than in the past. Contrary to popular belief, urology concerns not only men; about 40% of women are among patients of Urology Center of Grangettes.
Founded in 2004 by two renowned urologists, Dr. Franz Schmidlin and Dr. Frank Mayer, the center provides services to their patients continuously, seven days by week. Better yet, it ensures quick response and general care in case of a urological emergency, thanks to a close collaboration with the emergency services of the Clinic des Grangettes.
Department of Oncology and hematology
The Oncology and Hematology Center offers to the patients with oncology diseases multidisciplinary and cross-disciplinary care.
Cancer is a complex illness that often requires that patients to apply to different specialists. The oncology and hematology centre relies on a network of certified physicians and on the outstanding services offered by the Clinique to facilitate communication between the specialists. This ensures the best care for the patients.
All types of cancer are treated at the Clinic, the most frequent being breast cancer, prostate cancer and colon cancer.