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The Clinique de Crans-Montana specializes in the rehabilitation of general medical, psychosomatic and post-operative in-patients, and also in the treatment of chronic patients suffering from multiple pathologies. Its peaceful location in the heart of the Pennine Alps provides the optimum conditions for recovery.
Impasse Clairmont 2
Tél. : +41 (0)27 485 61 11
Tél. admissions : +41 (0)27 485 61 22
Website of the Crans-Montana Rehabilitation and Internal Medicine Division (FR)
Travelling by bus HUG Geneva-Montana Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday (on request)
Present yourself at 8.30 am in Reception in the David Klein building
Monday to Friday : 8 am - 6 pm
Visiting is allowed at any time until 8 pm
Monday to Sunday : 8.30 am - 7.15 pm
Various activities are available. They are designed to stimulate patient creativity and socialisation. Country walks, cultural visits and themed evenings are amongst the organized activities.
Due to its location outside the Canton of Geneva, the Clinique de Crans-Montana has several differences of an administrative and logistical nature. Its rules will be provided and explained to you upon admission.
It is open 7 days a week and provides a place for relaxation and discussion between patients, visitors and staff at the clinic. Regular art exhibitions are organized, which contributes to the clinic's welcoming atmosphere.
The kitchen and waiting staff attend you in this bright, spacious area with meticulously presented, balanced meals. There is a variety of menus based on the instructions of doctors and dieticians.
Rooms are south-facing and benefit from a spacious balcony with mountain views. They are equipped with electric beds, a direct telephone, an emergency call system and wifi. Televisions may be rented on request.
A variety of physiotherapy, dietary, psychological and physical therapy treatments are available. These are designed to develop the patient's mobility and independence, to get him or her back into a routine, or to stimulate the expression of emotions. These therapies are backed up by therapeutic education.
Prior to any admission, contact is established with the admissions office of the clinic responsible for planning and organizing your stay in hospital. This initial contact may be made either by HUG or by your GP. Patients are transferred between Geneva and Crans-Montana by bus. Reservations are made by the clinic's admissions office.
The treatment offered takes every aspect of the individual into account. This approach brings the patient's personal resources into play, thus giving him or her an active role in his/her own recovery.