Sale of Klinik Belair
Hirslanden decides to sell Klinik Belair in Schauffhausen. This strategic decision is taken because Klinik Belair does not have a direct connection to a Hirslanden central hospital and cannot be allocated to a specific healthcare region. After the sale, the Hirslanden Private Hospital Group comprises 17 hospitals in 10 cantons.
Hirslanden Clinique La Colline merges with Clinique des Grangettes
The Clinique des Grangettes and the Hirslanden Clinique La Colline join forces in a joint company. This gives patients access to a comprehensive range of diagnostic and therapeutic services. With the combination, 18 clinics now form the Hirslanden Group, which is thus further expanding its position as a leading private hospital group in Switzerland.
Linde private hospital
With the integration of Privatklinik Linde, Hirslanden has gained a hospital that perfectly embodies the Group’s strategic direction. This latest acquisition also closes the gap between the Bern and Swiss plateau regions.
The Hirslanden Private Hospital Group now encompasses 17 hospitals in 11 cantons.
Opening of practice centre in Düdingen
With the practice centre in Düdingen (FR), Hirslanden Berne strengthens its range of extensive basic care. This includes various specialist medical consultations in addition to family medicine and radiology.
Schaffhausen Railway Station Practice Centre
The Schaffhausen Railway Station Practice Centre includes a family doctor and walk-in practice, plus practices of specialists who are accredited with Klinik Belair as affiliated doctors.
Clinique La Colline in Geneva and swissana clinic meggen
With the integration of Clinique La Colline in Geneva, the Hirslanden Private Hospital Group expands its presence in Western Switzerland. Also acquired in 2014, the swissana clinic in Meggen, Lucerne works closely together with Klinik St. Anna and has a day clinic in addition to inpatient facilities.
Opening of the Hirslanden Männedorf Institute of Radiotherapy
The Hirslanden Männedorf Institute of Radiotherapy is run by specialists and doctors from Klinik Hirslanden and offers patients from the east coast of Lake Zurich therapy options close to home.
Opening of Berne Railway Station Practice Centre
At the Berne Railway Station Practice Centre, patients receive rapid access to a wide range of services, covering basic care, walk-in emergency care and specialist medical consultations.
St. Anna Main Station Lucerne
The St. Anna Main Station Lucerne is the first outpatient centre at the Hirslanden Private Hospital Group.
With its diverse range of medical services, Klinik Stephanshorn contributes to the basic medical care of all insurance classes in the canton of St. Gallen.
First in-depth quality report
Apart from the university hospitals, there are only a few hospital groups in Switzerland that publish their quality data as openly as Hirslanden.
Takeover by the hospital group Mediclinic International
The existing owners decide to sell the Hirslanden Group, with the hospital group Mediclinic International the preferred bidder thanks to its focus on long-term investment.
Klinik St. Anna
Klinik St. Anna in Lucerne is the oldest and currently the second-largest hospital at the Hirslanden Group.
Takeover by the investor group BC Partner Funds
Founded in 1932, Klinik Hirslanden has been owned by UBS (formerly SBG) since 1944, with the Hirslanden Private Hospital Group following in 1990. In 2002, the bank sells the Group to the investor group BC Partner Funds, who push forward with the rapid qualitative and quantitative development of the Group.
Acquisition of seven private hospitals
Seven further private clinics join the group between 1997 and 2002: Klinik Permanence in Berne (1997), Clinique Bois-Cerf in Lausanne (1998), Klinik Belair in Schaffhausen and AndreasKlinik Cham Zug (2001), Salem-Spital in Berne, Klinik Birshof in Münchenstein (BL) and Klinik Am Rosenberg in Heiden (AR) (2002).
Amalgamation of five hospitals to form the Hirslanden Private Hospital Group
In 1990, Zurich-based Klinik Hirslanden joins forces with four other clinics from Aarau (im Schachen), Berne (Beau-Site), Lausanne (Cecil) and Zurich (Im Park) respectively to establish Switzerland’s first-ever private group of hospitals.