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Room for you
Everything you need for your hospital stay at a glance. Whether you are admitted to our hospital as an inpatient and stay overnight or whether an outpatient procedure is planned and you leave the hospital on the same day - with our checklists, you are optimally prepared.
With us you are in good hands
Whether you come to us for a planned procedure, a consultation, to give birth, or as an emergency: Our expert medical team is there for you around the clock, supported by state-of-the-art technology. This allows us to care for you safely and effectively.
Thanks to our cooperation with the University Hospital Zurich, you are able to benefit from state-of-the-art medical treatment close to home.
Our staff will inform you about your daily routine and also concerning the necessary preparations for your examination, surgery or therapy.
We accompany and care for you according to your individual requirements and aim to be a competent and empathetic health partner. This is why we address not only your physical but also your emotional and social requirements. This will include, amongst other aspects, providing you and your relatives with comprehensive information. It is very important to us that you feel safe and well from the moment you enter the hospital until the moment you leave.
To enable you to return home well prepared, we will also plan your hospital release carefully. This means that you are also well cared for after your hospital stay has ended.
Your opinion counts!
Let us know how you experienced your stay at Männedorf Hospital. We welcome your feedback and are grateful for suggestions, praise and criticism.
Your Corporate Development Team,
Best cared for
Fresh and regional cuisine
In order to provide optimal support for your recovery process, our kitchen team will ensure that you receive a balanced and healthy diet. You can create every day, an individual menu of your choice from our weekly menu plan. We are happy to adapt the dishes to the special requirements of individuals with diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, allergies, intolerance or religious dietary requirements.
Good to know
An illness can suddenly change one's life and cause feelings of insecurity, fear or loneliness. Sometimes all that is needed is support, a sympathetic ear or someone who can provide practical assistance on the way back to everyday life. Patients and their relatives can count on valuable help: Be it through social counseling, hospital chaplaincy or, if indicated, sitting guards.