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Rehabilitation, according to the definition given by the World Health Organisation (1968), is: « a process aimed at enabling patients to reach and maintain their optimal physical, sensory, intellectual, psychological and social functional levels. Rehabilitation provides disabled people with the tools they need to attain independence and self-determination.»

It is with this in mind that the Suva created the Clinique romande de réadaptation (rehabilitation clinic). It is located in the outskirts of Sion, capital of the Valais, right next to the hospital and the 'Institut Central des Hôpitaux Valaisans'. Its total surface is of 34'000 m2 and over 350 collaborators work there.

The sunny and mild climate, the beauty of the surrounding mountains, the closeness to the town and the diverse tracks on site permit the patients to increase their activities in function with their renewed capacities.

The Suva also has a clinic in the German speaking part of Switzerland, in Bellikon.

Capacity

Number of beds

145

Number of rooms

84

Size of the rooms

40 m2

Equipment in the rooms

TV, private wash sink, shower, WC, balcony, division communal & private

In February 2015, the Clinique inaugurated a brand new extension to celebrate its 15th anniversary. Here you can find all the information regarding this extension

Key figures 2016

Turnover

CHF 60 million

Number of beds 

145

Occupation

95.9%

Number of patients hospitalised

1411

Number of days (hospitalisation)

50’902

Patients hospitalised, insured by Suva

63.57%

Patients hospitalised, insured by LAMAL

30.9%

Patients hospitalised, other insurance

5.53%

Average stay

36 days

Average age of patients

47.3 yrs

How many out-patient

7’812

Out-patient turnover

CHF 10 million,of which 16.7 %  of the total

Average EPT (full time equivalent )

310

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