Our commitment to you
Cancer is a complex disease and often involves the combined care of several cancer specialists to ensure you receive the most appropriate treatment. We provide multidisciplinary, personalised care centred around innovative and effective treatment options. Our highly-skilled team specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of cancer affecting adults.
We work closely with other on-site specialists to make sure we deliver all the care and treatment you need, including:
- conventional cancer treatments
- hormone therapy
- targeted therapy
- long-term follow-up
- nutritional care
- support and guidance to maintain fitness or return to fitness
- pain management
- care for elderly patients
- palliative care
Why choose Hôpital de La Tour?
We offer outpatient consultations and also have an in-patient unit.
Our attentive staff
We welcome patients and their loved ones into a caring and personal environment. Compassion and sensitivity lie at the heart of our care, helping us to establish a special relationship with you built on trust.
Multidisciplinary tumour board meetings
Patient cases are reviewed by a multidisciplinary meeting bringing together a group of highly-experienced specialists who share their expertise, knowledge and skills in order to make the most appropriate decisions in terms of patients’ treatment. The multidisciplinary team for tumour board meetings may vary but usually includes the following medical professionals:
- senior consultant in oncology and geriatric oncology
- specialist nurses in oncology and palliative care
- nuclear medicine specialist
- director of oncology
Multidisciplinary and comprehensive care
Patients benefit from the expertise of all our on-site specialists to ensure the best possible care for their medical condition and health. We work closely with specialists from a wide range of fields, including:
Joining forces with the Geneva University Hospitals (HUG)
This partnership makes it possible to offer cancer patients living in the canton of Geneva access to highly-specialised care close to their homes. It also means that we can refer and present patient cases to specialist tumour boards within the HUG.
Centre OTIUM offers care, support and counselling for patients and loved ones affected by cancer. It also offers a cancer rehabilitation programme, approved by the Ligue suisse contre le cancer (Swiss cancer league), to improve the quality of life of people affected by the disease and help and support them in their return to daily life.
The centre offers a warm and caring environment where therapies, group sessions and workshops are all under one roof.
Please visit the Centre OTIUM website for further information