As part of the Swiss Medical Network group, our radiology services benefit from a unique structure that allows for a leading qualitative diagnostic approach for almost all modern medicine disciplines.
The Radiology Institutes at the Clinique de Genolier and the La Combe Radiology Institute in Nyon bring together 10 physicians, all of whom possess a specialist FMH qualification in radiology or nuclear medicine and who work in close cooperation with one another. Their activities cover the fields of radiology, diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology, interventional radiology and nuclear medicine. In addition to the field of excellence in which they specialize, each of them possesses wide-ranging fundamental training enabling them to perform basic diagnostic and interventional examinations.
Those cases that require a multidisciplinary approach to define their treatment – senology (Centre du Sein – breast centre) and gynaecology, pulmonology, urology, oncology, and neurology (Neurocentre) – are discussed during set multidisciplinary meetings, which are organised at our institutes.
Comprehensive and high-performing technical facilities
The institutes are equipped with state-of-the-art technical facilities:
Your radiology examination may not provide all the necessary answers.
It is very important that you answer any questions you may be asked about the state of your health, as well as any medications you are taking (written list of medications), as thoroughly as possible. Some treatments may indeed need to be altered or interrupted for some radiological examinations.
Personalised and attentive care:
Just like our clinics, our services place a large emphasis on quality, safety and the establishment of patient trust.
Where possible, we strive to maximise our visitors’ comfort so as to provide them with an experience that meets their expectations.
Below, you can find some useful information on how to proceed.
For all visits, do not forget to bring proof of identity with you, as well as all the documents given to you by your doctor. You will be asked for them on your arrival.
You will be asked to fill in a questionnaire to ensure the safety of your care.