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The sociocultural and linguistic diversity of the Geneva population means that there are many different cultural concepts of health and care, expressed by both patients and health professionals.
Therefore, it makes care more complex and can be a source of difficulties for the care provider.
According to its patient charter, HUG is committed to respecting the individuality, culture and beliefs of the patient and to ask his/her participation in all decisions concerning him/her. Our mission is to facilitate the care of patients with different languages and cultures at HUG and to do this via:
PLEASE NOTE: This is an INTERnet site.
In order to find the list of interpreters, you will need to go back to the HUG INTRAnet and type “interprètes” (“interpreters”) in the search engine.