St. Anna Hospital

Lucerne, Switzerland

About St. Anna Hospital

As a private hospital, the St. Anna Klinik focuses on the medical areas, in which it has the highest competence and quality.

The clinic offers its patients a selected range of medical diagnostics with future-oriented technology, surgical and conventional treatments and modern therapies. About 10,000 inpatients and 70,000 outpatients benefit annually from those medical offers. In the Maternité come annually around 800 babies into the world.

The core areas of the clinic, such as musculoskeletal system, gynecology, neurology and neurosurgery, vascular diseases, pulmonary and respiratory diseases, pain therapy will be expanded in the near future to innovative competence centers. These medical focuses will be complemented by other surgical and internal medicine disciplines. In the competence centers and institutes experts from all fields work in close cooperation. This enables the best use of expertise and an above-average skills, which can be engaged in the top medical care for the benefit of the patients.


Location of hospital

The city of Lucerne is located on the outflow of the Reuss river. Due to its location on the shore of Lake Lucerne, within sight of Mount Pilatus and Rigi in the Swiss Alps, Lucerne has long been a destination for tourists since 1840. The Chapel Bridge with its octagonal Water Tower and the Spreuer Bridge connect the old town with the new town. In addition the city is also the social and cultural center of central Switzerland. Other tourist attractions are the Musegg Wall and the Lion Monument.

Accommodation in hospital

Departments