The Adult Emergency Consultation Centre, managed by doctors specialized and experienced in emergency medicine, welcomes any patient in emergency without delay and without prior appointment. It offers comprehensive medical care and is part of the Geneva Emergency Network (RUG).

Open 7/7

Monday - Friday: 7:00 am - 11:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Public holidays: 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m.

Waiting times

Check the waiting times on the website . 

Indicative treatment times for non-life-threatening adult emergencies in the member centres of the Geneva Emergency Network.


The Centre is accessible to all patients regardless of their insurance.

Located in the heart of Hirslanden Clinique des Grangettes in Geneva, the Centre benefits from the support of all its infrastructures, including the Institute of Radiology, the Cardiovascular Centre and the operating theatre.


The Emergency Consultation Centre ensures rapid care and necessary first aid in all medical and surgical disciplines. The emergency doctors working at the Emergency Consultation Centre are all doctors with an FMH title in general internal medicine, a level of training equivalent to a head of clinic at the Geneva University Hospitals.


The Centre's emergency physicians constantly collaborate with many specialists on site, mainly in visceral surgery, orthopedic surgery, cardiology, radiology, gynecology-obstetrics, urology, oncology and anesthesiology. Radiological examinations as well as laboratories necessary for management are carried out on site.

The patient's attending physician or family physician receives a consultation report for each emergency room visit. He is the priority interlocutor for the follow-up of care but the Center remains available to ensure short-term follow-up if necessary. The Center is therefore equipped with an outpatient treatment room, particularly for the follow-up of wounds and minor traumas.

Ambulatory Monitoring and Investigation Unit

The adult emergency consultation center of the Clinique des Grangettes provides attending physicians and patients with an Ambulatory Monitoring and Investigation Unit (ICU).

This unit, opened in 2014, makes it possible to perform technical procedures requiring brief or prolonged medical supervision, such as various punctures (e.g. pleural puncture, ascites puncture), transfusions, bloodletting, administration of specific drugs (IV iron, immunoglobulins, etc.).

A downloadable form below is available to doctors who wish such care for their patients.

At the service of public authorities and businesses

The Centre also organises vaccination campaigns (influenza, etc.) or screening campaigns for cardiovascular risk factors (diabetes - cholesterol). 

Adult emergencies
Opening times
Moday to Friday: 7. a.m. to 11 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and holidays : 8. a.m. to 11 p.m.
Nurse at the reception of the Emergency Center of the Clinique des Grangettes in Geneva