Hôpital de Nyon / GHOL - Oncologie

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Hôpital de Nyon / GHOL - Oncologie

Chemin Monastier 10
1260 Nyon

Chemin Monastier 10, 1260 Nyon
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L’hôpital de Nyon est un établissement récemment agrandi, offrant des soins généraux aigus dont un service d’urgences adultes et pédiatriques ouvert 24 h./24, un SMUR, un service de soins intensifs reconnu par la SSMI, un plateau médico-technique de pointe (entre autres scanner et IRM Open Bore), des laboratoires d’analyses médicales, un hôpital de jour, un service d’hospitalisation privé avec confort supérieur, une maternité, un centre d’hémodialyse ainsi qu'un centre de chirurgie ambulatoire et d'endoscopie


Groupement de deux sites hospitaliers situés entre Genève et Lausanne, le GHOL est une société anonyme reconnue d’intérêt public.

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Team

Anesthesiologist
OB-GYN (obstetrician-gynecologist)
Oncologists
Pediatrician
Plastic & reconstructive surgeon

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