How are local medical facilities in Geneva?
We asked members about local medical facilities in Geneva, they wrote...
"Medical care in Geneva is of a very high standard. The city is home to a number of world-class hospitals and clinics, offering a wide range of medical services. Geneva is also home to a number of specialized medical centers, such as the Geneva University Hospitals, the Geneva University Institute of Global Health, and the Geneva University Institute of Cardiology. Additionally, the city is home to a number of private medical practices, offering a range of services from general practitioners to specialists. In addition, Geneva is home to a number of international organizations, such as the World Health Organization, which provide access to medical care for those in need," wrote a member who made the move to Geneva, Switzerland.
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