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  • HUG Quality Report
    Improving the quality of our care, services and performance is a key priority at the HUG. Quality is the primary focus of the HUG strategy. 20/20 Vision, our five-year strategic plan, puts the onus on improving the quality of our care. One of its nine strategic priorities, entitled ...
  • 2017 Activity Report
    Day after day, year after year, we are proud of transforming our services and providing a high-quality university hospital for all. In this activity report, discover the many advances made by HUG to improve its service provisions and merit your trust.
  • 2017 Key Figures website
    What matters most is you HUG is the leading university hospital in Switzerland in terms of volume of activity:  4’182 births (Switzerland’s no. 1 maternity hospital),  117’964 emergencies including 88,825 adults and 29,139 children,  27’041 urgeries...
  • Angela Huttner, a researcher in UNIGE’s Department of Internal Medicine Specialties and HUG’s Infectious Diseases Division.
    Two old drugs for combating urinary tract infections are being prescribed once more in an attempt to protect newer antibiotics from bacterial resistance, and thus preserve their effectiveness. Only one of these drugs from yesteryear appears to be as effective as the new ...
  • A promising new drug to combat serious inflammatory disease
    Tests carried out by Researchers from UNIGE, HUG, and AB2 Bio Ltd., a startup from Lake Geneva’s Health Valley on a drug to block the unwanted action of an inflammation factor, have yielded very important results and offer new hope for patients suffering from certain orphan diseases....

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