Anesthesiology in Switzerland

Anesthesiology in Switzerland

Anesthesiology in Switzerland is primarily characterized by the highest level of professionalism among physicians. Swiss anesthesiologists working in private clinics typically have more than 6 years of education and an additional 6 years of practice in a university hospital as assistants. There are around 600 anesthesiologists in Switzerland, with one-third of them practicing in private clinics, making them the highest-paid specialists in the field. The high level of competition and rigorous selection of doctors over many years enable private Swiss clinics to guarantee the highest quality of medical services provided.


This is a medical section dedicated to anesthesia, intensive care, and pain relief. Anesthesia involves the artificial suppression of sensitivity in a specific part of the body (local anesthesia, regional anesthesia) or the entire body (general anesthesia), often for surgical procedures. 

The clinic employs all types of modern general and regional anesthesia methods tailored to individual patient data.


  • Mask anesthesia
  • Laryngeal mask anesthesia
  • Epidural anaesthesia
  • Peridural anesthesia
  • Spinal anesthesia
  • Endotracheal anesthesia
  • Intubation anesthesia
  • Total intravenous anesthesia


In addition, private Swiss clinics perform a full health check before anaesthesia and use the best modern medications for the anaesthesia itself. CorSwiss cooperates with leading private Swiss clinics, each of which has an anaesthesiology department. Therefore, when you entrust us with your treatment in Switzerlandyou are in the hands of the best specialists in Europe.

Our advantages

  • We provide services for preoperative and postoperative patient care
  • Modern catheters for regional anesthesia
  • Epidural catheter in combination with general anesthesia
  • State-of-the-art artificial ventilation machines and vital signs monitors


During the preoperative consultation, the anesthesiologist selects the type of anesthesia suitable for the patient and the type of the upcoming surgery. Various methods are used, such as epidural, peridural, spinal, or general anesthesia. During the surgery, the anesthesiologist monitors the patient's vital functions, and in the postoperative period, assesses the patient's recovery and pain management.