Enseignement

Teaching

Medical and nursing training

Center for Continuing Education - sessions given twice a year:

  • "Venous and arterial ulcers": two dates per year (see offerings of the Training Center)
  • "Bedsores: new approaches in prevention and care": two dates per year
  • "Bedsores and bandages: self-help intervention in prevention": two dates per year

Education

The Division is a category A training location for in-depth training in diagnostic and invasive neuroradiology.

Pre-Graduate - The Division is involved in teaching at the University of Geneva Faculty of Medicine and the HES-SO Geneva.

Bachelor's - Electives: the Division currently offers two electives, one in diagnostic neuroradiology (headed by: Dr. S. Haller) and one in interventional neuroradiology (headed by: Dr. Z. Kulcsar).

APP - The Division participates in Prof. J. Kiss' anatomy classes.

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How much does a day in hospital really cost?

Taking into account all areas of care and patients treated, a day in hospital costs an average of 1581 francs. From 784 francs in rehabilitation to 5000 francs in intensive care, the cost per patient* varies depending on the use of the technical platform and the type of care.

 

Education

Our membership with the Swiss university hospitals network enables us to offer cutting-edge medical and paramedical training. The size of our facility (the biggest hospital in Switzerland) means we can combine academic instruction with clinical practice in nearly all areas of radiology to medical students coming from all over Switzerland and abroad.

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How much does a day in hospital cost? 

All healthcare areas and patients included, a day in hospital costs an average of 1,360 Swiss francs. From 800 Swiss francs in rehabilitation to 7,000 Swiss francs in intensive care, the cost (*) per patient varies depending on the use of the technical facilities and the type of care.

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