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An institution's values are its beliefs.
The constant pursuit of quality and efficiency guides everyone's daily work.
The common goal of the institution's employees is to provide exceptional service at all levels - medical, nursing, administrative and logistical.
The HUG pursue innovation, excellence and performance in all their fields of activity, whether it be clinical, research or teaching. They work to maintain and develop their national and international reputation, particularly in important, cutting-edge fields.
The HUG Neurodiagnostic and Neurointerventional Division is responsible for diagnostic and invasive neuroradiology actions at HUG. The Division ensures patient care 24/7 in close collaboration with radiology services as well as the services of the Department of Clinical Neuroscience. Through these activities, the Division plays a key role in HUG's involvement in highly specialized medicine for diseases of the central nervous system in general.
The Division consists of two separate units which work closely together.
Genetic Medicine occupies a prominent place at HUG. It acquired international fame thanks to its work on chromosome 21 and the 2010 launch of the first center for clinical expertise in Switzerland exclusively dedicated to trisomy.