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The pediatric admissions and emergencies division conducts clinical studies to achieve a better understanding of the pathogenesis of certain diseases and to improve diagnosis.
Ongoing studies are about:
The Pediatric Admissions and Emergency Division is open 24/7.
It admits children from birth up to 16 years of age.
The medical and paramedical services offered optimally meet the requirements of the Geneva, neighboring French and other canton populations, whether these be vital, relative or perceived emergencies.
The service is part of the Department of Women-Children-Teenagers.
Ensure the care of patients for the following specialties:
Patients can be admitted or treated as outpatients. In the latter case, patients may contact Consultations directly or can be referred by their attending physician.
Provide diagnostic, therapeutic and surgical care for congenital, acquired and trauma musculoskeletal disorders in children and adolescents on an elective basis and in emergencies.
Make the division’s experience available from care in the Maternity to long-term longitudinal follow-up of young adults who have after-effects from typical pediatric problems. Provide care for neuro-orthopedic pathologies in collaboration with the Willy Taillard Walking Laboratory.
Patients can be admitted or treated as outpatients. In the latter case, consultations are arranged by the institutions with which cooperative agreements have been signed, as well as with the Clair-Bois facilities in Geneva.
Rapid access to practical documents:
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