Are you interested in joining our Group?

Swiss Medical Network is one of the two private hospital and clinic groups in Switzerland. It has a state-of-the-art medical infrastructure and offers patients first-class outpatient and inpatient care in all specialties.

Your benefits

Joining Swiss Medical Network means benefitting from state-of-the-art technical facilities.

Easy integration

  • start-up package – financial support
  • group or individual practice in our clinics

Infrastructure

  • flexible allocation of operating schedule
  • access to a first-class range of technical facilities
  • permanent priority access to diagnostic resources

Environment

  • direct contact with clinic management
  • establishing a warm and welcoming atmosphere
  • close liaison between clinics and centres of excellence

Marketing

  • organisation of public and medical conferences
  • development of communication strategies
  • patient acquisition – networking

Fringe benefits

  • discounts in clinic-owned restaurants and cafés
  • reduced prices at  Michel Reybier Hospitality hotels
  • fleet discounts on various car brands

For your patients

  • global, personalised, interdisciplinary care
  • top-flight hotel and restaurant services
  • limousine services for priority medical insurance leaders

Your opportunities

Joining Swiss Medical Network gives you the opportunity to practise in several locations, taking advantage of the benefits offered by a network of clinics.

Accreditation

Possibility of being professionally certified at one or several clinics

Quality seal

Certification by the Breast Centre and Swiss Cancer Network, for example

Recognition

By the Swiss Institute for Medical Training at level B or C

Access to state-of-the-art technology

Medical robots: Da Vinci, Mako, etc, OARM 2, Cathlab, 3T MRI, GreenLight Laser Therapy

Discover our infrastructures

An overview in a few photos of the state-of-the-art technical facilities and equipment that our independent doctors benefit from.

Key figures

1’996
Doctors

Highly qualified specialists in all medical fields are on hand for patients.

The interrelation and partnership between the supra-regional multidisciplinary centres acts as a guarantor for knowledge-sharing and continuous professional development.

The well-being of each and every patient is a top priority.

Thanks to their wealth of knowledge and experience, our employees play an active role in the ongoing development of our institutions. Their feedback and suggestions are systematically taken into account: sharing opinions and knowledge forms part of our everyday life.

1’465
Beds
22
Clinics
67’362
Surgical procedures
37
Medical and emergency centres

Admission requirements

Join a dynamic group that makes the satisfaction of its independent doctors a priority.

  • Experience: A minimum of 2 to 3 years as a clinic manager
  • Right to practice: cantonal licence to practice as an independent doctor

Specialist and academic training

Knowledge and expertise are rapidly evolving in the medical field. Continuous training is both a professional duty for doctors and an essential requirement for practising advanced medicine.

Swiss Medical Network is involved in the continuous training of doctors by regularly hosting medical conferences and seminars attended by some of the world’s leading specialists. A dozen scientific days were held at various Group clinics in 2019. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the organisation of these events has been temporarily suspended.

Swiss Medical Network has always been actively involved in the training of young doctors. Giving students the opportunity to train for various health professions every year is viewed by the Group as an investment for the future. The clinics thus offer many training positions for assistant doctors.

An important milestone for the Group was reached in Ticino. Since the beginning of the 2020 academic year, the Sant’Anna and Ars Medica clinics have been used as teaching hospitals for medical masters students at the Università della Svizzera italiana. This is the first time in Switzerland that a faculty of medicine has collaborated with private clinics.

Some of our institutions, such as the Clinique Valère or the Swiss Visio Network, have received certification as a postgraduate training facility.

Your contacts

Qualified individuals here to answer your questions. Feel free to contact them.

Pietro Fabrizio

Deputy CEO | Head of Vaud region
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(*1968) After training in commerce and healthcare economics, he was appointed Chief Administrative Officer of the Hôpital Daler in Fribourg and Chief Administrator of a foundation for the mentally and psychologically challenged. He moved to his present position as General Manager of Clinique Générale in Fribourg in 2007. Within Swiss Medical Network, he is in charge of the listed clinics.

Corina Müller-Rohr

Head of ZH/SG/SH regions | Director Privatklinik Lindberg, Privatklinik Belair
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After obtaining a Master of Science ETH in Pharmacy in Zurich and a degree as a federally certified pharmacist, she managed a pharmacy in Zurich before switching to the pharmaceutical industry. After holding various management positions in sales and marketing, she took over as Head of Clinic Development in the German-speaking parts of Switzerland at Swiss Medical Network in 2013. Later, she took on the overall management of clinic and corporate development at the two private clinics Bethanien and Lindberg. From October 2018 until the end of September 2019, she was also Deputy Director of the Bethanien Private Clinic. Since 1 October 2019, she has been Director of Privatklinik Belair in Schaffhausen, but remains a member of the Executive Board at Privatklinik Bethanien and Privatklinik Lindberg. She is also the regional director of the clinics in the cantons of Zurich, Schaffhausen and St. Gallen.

Fabio Rezzonico

General Manager Ticino
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(* 1965) Fabio Rezzonico studied Business Economics at the University of Neuchâtel. After some work experience abroad, he managed the Regional Employment Office of Lugano, before moving on to manage the Logistics and Buildings Tax Office in Bellinzona and then the Cardiocentro Ticino from 2000. From September 2017 he was General Manager of the Swiss Medical Network in Ticino and since April 2018 he has worked as Director of Operations at Ars Medica Clinic.