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The Department offers:
Continuous training offered at HUG is open to French-speaking Swiss professionals working in the health and social sectors.
Continuous training offered at HUG is open to all French-speaking Swiss professionals working in the health and social sectors, wherever they practice. There are three training categories:
(Rediffusion de l'émission d'avril 2017)
Some 5,000 people in Geneva live with mental retardation. At HUG, they are welcomed and treated with particular care.
In 2016, a contact disability physician was designated and specific training provided to 140 healthcare providers from the emergency and internal medicine departments.
Every day, someone has a thyroid operation at HUG. This organ is ablated in the case of cancer or suspected cancer, hyperthyroidism or goitre.
To reduce postoperative complications, HUG’s thoracic and endocrine surgery department uses angiography. This technique is used to control the function of the parathyroid glands during the operation.
Partnering Geneva’s residents throughout their lives, HUG guarantees access to the best care for everyone. From neonatology to geriatrics through mental health and palliative medicine, it relies on a multidisciplinary approach to offer each patient care at the cutting edge of medical progress.