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The Hirslanden Clinic St. Anna Lucerne is a private medical facility, the primary task of which is to provide excellent quality medical services in accordance with the standards of modern medicine. The history of the clinic has more than 100 years, so it has gained a strong reputation not only in Switzerland, but also far beyond its borders. The level of medical care in the clinic is controlled by a strict quality management system certified according to the requirements of ISO 9001.
The medical complex provides both diagnostics and treatment to about 12,600 inpatients and more than 91,000 outpatients every year. It is worth noting that the clinic is especially popular in the field of obstetrics. There are born about 800 babies in three delivery rooms of the clinic every year. The clinic includes 8 progressive operating rooms for classic open and sparing minimally invasive interventions.
The key areas of specialization of the clinic are orthopedics, spinal surgery, mammology, oncology, obstetrics, neurosurgery, gastroenterology and cardiology. Each medical specialty is represented by a separate department with a highly competent team of experienced doctors with in-depth knowledge in a particular medical field.
In addition to the outstanding quality of medical services, compassionate care and humane attitude, the patients will enjoy a pleasant atmosphere in the clinic itself, as well as beautiful natural landscapes overlooking the green areas and beautiful Lake Lucerne, opening from the windows of the patient rooms of the medical facility.
The patients of the Hirslanden Clinic St. Anna Lucerne live in comfortable rooms made in a modern design. Each patient room has an ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. The standard patient room includes an automatically adjustable bed with a comfortable orthopedic mattress, a bedside table, a wardrobe, a table and chairs for receiving visitors, a TV. If desired, Wi-Fi can be connected. The clinic also provides enhanced-comfort rooms with a safe, a refrigerator and upholstered furniture.
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The patient and the accompanying person are offered a daily choice of three menus. If you are on a specific diet for any reason, you will be offered an individual menu. Please inform the medical staff about your dietary preferences prior to the treatment.
Standard rooms include:
The religious services can be provided upon request.
During the inpatient program, an accompanying person may stay with the patient in the room or at a hotel. Our managers will help you choose the most suitable option.
During the outpatient program, you can live in a hotel of your choice. Managers will help you choose the most suitable options.
Located in the very heart of the country, in the central part of the Swiss plateau on the shores of Lake Firwaldstett, Lucerne is one of the most beautiful cities in Switzerland. First of all, Lucerne impresses with its amazing natural landscapes, but there are also many historical sights and unique architectural monuments. It is not surprising that thousands of tourists come here every year, and each of them falls in love with this beautiful city.
The whole city itself is an open-air museum, since its centuries-old architectural heritage has been preserved almost untouched. The medieval houses are finely decorated with intricate frescoes and paintings, depicting the events that once happened here.
The symbol of the city is considered Chapel Bridge Kapelbrücke. This is a covered wooden bridge, which length is about 204 meters. The construction of the bridge dates back to 1333, so it is recognized as one of the oldest in Europe. The architectural monument is complemented by the roundabout Wasserturm tower that used to be a dungeon and arsenal. In addition, the Kapellbrücke houses the Heinrich Wägmann Art Gallery with a collection of about 100 works dedicated to the history of Switzerland.
Another important attraction of the city is the Mill Bridge, which was built in 1408. In 1568, a small chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary was added to it. It is curious that the Mill Bridge is also decorated with paintings by the Swiss artist Caspar Meglinger.
Along the northern part of the old city of Lucerne, there is the city wall with nine towers built between 1350 and 1408. Most of the fortifications were preserved in their original condition. Four towers can be climbed. The old fortifications of Lucerne are considered one of the longest and best preserved defensive walls in Switzerland.
A sad and sentimental sculpture called "Dying Lion" is one of the main attractions of not only Lucerne, but throughout Switzerland. A lion carved in a rock, wounded by a spear, is dedicated to the events of 1792, when the Swiss guards gave their lives to the last defending King Louis XVI.
In addition, Lucerne offers many beautiful religious architectural masterpieces, for example, the Lutheran Church, the Church of St. Leodegar and others.
This is not all that Lucerne has to offer its guests. The city also has many interesting museums, excellent shopping opportunities, cozy cafes and restaurants with delicious dishes of national and European cuisine.