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The IPC Division works closely with partner divisions that primarily share resources and service frameworks:
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.
Patients, caregivers and professionals are involved in the partnership and you can see this commitment through their Patients as Partners actions shown on an interactive map.
You can view them for the HUG as a whole, or by department/division, by initiator category, and by level of involvement of patients or caregivers.
The Patient as Partners (PP) project of the 20/20 strategy, supported by the HUG General Directorate, aims to develop the institutional culture of partnership at each step of patient care, in all care specialties, as well as in areas such as hospitality, teaching, or governance.
This project unfolds with the creation of an HUG PP relationship model, the creation of a partnership platform, the continuous recruitment of patients and caregivers and the enhancement and networking of the existing partnership at the HUG. The creation and teaching of the partnership occur through the support of patients, caregivers, and professionals.
As partners of Geneva's residents throughout their lives, the HUG are committed to giving everyone access to better healthcare. From neonatology to geriatrics, mental health to palliative care, they focus on a multidisciplinary health service to provide each patient with treatment at the forefront of medical progress.