Tourisme médical

Tourisme médical Introduction

Le terme est nouveau mais ca a été pratiqué depuis toujours : aller ailleurs pour chercher des soins !

De nos jours de plus en plus de patients vont chercher de soins esthétiques ailleurs.

Swiss Leading Plastic Surgery (S. L. P. S.) vous propose a la fois des vacances et des soins médico-chirurgicaux de pointe soit a Dubaï (Emirats Arabes Unis) soit a Berne (Suisse) .
Opérations de chirurgie esthétique

Notre but est de vous offrir un voyage fabuleux à Dubaï ou à Berne dans un environnement calme et détendu, ou le traitement et la convalescence resteront confidentiels.

Swiss Leading Plastic Surgery (S. L. P. S.)  peut vous aider pendant chaque étape de votre parcours :
  • Nos collaborateurs vous aideront a planifier votre voyage (pour vous et vos proches) et faciliterons la communications avec les médecins
  • Nos spécialistes vous assisteront dans le choix des meilleurs plans de traitement pour obtenir le résultat que vous souhaitez.
  • Nous ferons les interventions prévues et vous assurerons une convalescence agréable.

Medical Tourism

Les raisons du tourisme médical sont nombreuses : souvent c’est le facteur prix qui prime dans la décision et beaucoup iront ailleurs pour payer moins qu’ à la maison.

Surprenez votre famille, vos amis et vos collègues avec votre nouveau look !

Medical Concerns

Préoccupations Il y bien d’avantages à faire un « voyage chirurgical », mais il a aussi des questions qui viennent à l’esprit :

  • un manque de communication suffisante avec le chirurgien
  • une qualité variable dans les soins
  • un manque de suivi post-opératoire à long terme

Chez SLPS nous savons cela et nous organisons des soins de la plus haute qualite pour chaque étape du traitement de nos patients !

Dubai est une ville spectaculaire qui offre des activités pour chacun : aventures dans le désert ou restaurants gastronomiques, shopping de classe internationale ou visites historiques. Il y a une aventure pour chacun a Dubai.

Les hôpitaux et les cliniques assurent la plus haute qualité de soins, un équipement de pointe et des médecins spécialisés gardant des prix raisonnables.

Medical Tourism- Dubai

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La capitale de la Suisse enchante ses visiteurs avec son charme et ses multiples activités.

Une pléthore de culture, loisirs et sorties comme nulle par ailleurs en Suisse.

Les bernois aiment la vie et prennent le temps pour ce qui est essentiel. La vie a Berne n’est pas trépidante et les gens se dépêchent … lentement ! La visite de la vieille ville et une occasion unique pour se détendre et se sentir bien.



The Zentrum Paul Klee has some 4,000 pieces of the world's most important collection of paintings, watercolors and drawings, and in addition archives and biographical materials from all periods of Paul Klee.

Berne-Clock Tower

Today it is one of Bern's most important sights. The ornate astronomical clock with its moving figures was built in 1530. It served as the city's main clock and thus had an authoritative function in Berne.

It was from there that travel times indicated on stone markers along the cantonal roads were measured. Standard units of length – formerly cubit and fathom, today meter and double meter – are displayed for the public in the arch of the gate.

Berne - House of ParlimantConstruction on the Parliament Building (the west wing of today's Parliament Building) started in 1852. The east wing, mirroring the west wing, was added in 1884; and in 1902 the structure was extended into a building complex composed of three parts. All in all, 38 artists from throughout Switzerland are responsible for the building's decorations.

The Parliament Building is the seat of the Swiss government (Federal Council) and the parliament (National Council and Council of States). The building was completed in 1902. The central domed hall and both chambers feature numerous symbolic renderings of Swiss history.


Berne-Bear Park

Bern's heraldic animal has been released into new-found freedom on the beautiful slope of the Aare river. The creators of the new, bear-friendly BearPark have built a landscape where Björk and Finn can climb, fish and play, but also just retreat and relax.

A visit to the BearPark is a special experience for children as well as adults. Paths run through the park down to the Aare riverside path, giving visitors great insight into the lives of the bears. They can watch the bears play, bathe and climb right in front of their eyes.

Berne - The Cathedral of Berne
The Cathedral of Berne (Das Berner Münster) is Switzerland's largest ecclesiastical building. Construction started in 1421 and continued under a series of different builders for generations.

The spire was finally completed in 1893. The portal with its depiction of the Last Judgment is a remarkable feature. The vantage point of this masterpiece is located 344 steps above the entrance, in the 100m-high cathedral spire.

From Switzerland's highest church tower visitors can enjoy magnificent views across the city and into the Bernese Mittelland and the snow-capped mountains of the Bernese Oberland.

The Cathedral is Switzerland's largest and most significant church from the Late Middle Ages. As the dominant structure in Bern's Old Town, which was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in 1983, the Cathedral plays a pivotal role in the city's architecture.

Berne- The rose garden

The Rose Garden is a large park with a wonderful view of the Old Town and Aare Loop. The park is home to 220 different types of roses, 200 types of irises and moor beds with 28 different types of rhododendrons.

From 1765 to 1877 the Rose Garden served as a cemetery. Since 1913 the Rose Garden has been a public park resplendent with the rich beauty of flowers and a pond. From 1956 to 1962 the park was redesigned, introducing rhododendrons and azaleas as well as an iris garden.

A pavilion and reading garden provide a place to relax. The restaurant Rosengarten is a great place to while away the time, and it offers a view of the rows of houses in the Old Town.

Berne- Einstein HouseThe Einstein House is located in the center of the Old City at Kramgasse 49, just some 200 meters from the Clock Tower (Zytglogge).

Albert Einstein rented the flat from 1903 to 1905 and lived there with his wife Mileva and son Hans Albert. The second-floor residence features furnishings from that time period as well as photos and texts presented in a modern exhibition system.

The third floor shows a film that gives an overview of Albert Einstein's life.

Berne- GurtenSince the opening of the park in 1999, Bern's local mountain, the Gurten, has been delighting visitors from near and far with its relaxed atmosphere.

The Gurten offers a wide range of entertainment with a focus on culture, leisure and games. The park's lush green setting makes it a pleasant venue for seminars and meetings, and its restaurant is a culinary highlight for gourmets.

It's an ideal recreation area with an extensive children's play area, a miniature railway, grill areas and an observation tower. On clear days the view of the Alps is breathtaking.

Berne- Historisches Museum
In its permanent exhibition, the Bernisches Historisches Museum shows highlights from the fields of history, prehistory, early history and ethnography. The objects on display range from the Stone Age to the present, from cultures of all continents.

The integrated Einstein Museum presents a powerful presentation of the life and work of Albert Einstein and places it in the context of world history. Animated films and experiments illustrate the pioneering theories of this genius.

The temporary exhibition hall's 1,200 square meters of space are used to present innovative, changing shows that deal with cultural, historical, prehistoric or ethnographic subjects on a revolving basis.

The Burgundy Tapestries, the Königsfelder Diptych, the Graechwil Hydria, but also a range of ethnographic objects and old monies are all considered to be world-class objects.

The Bernisches Historisches Museum presents its collection through a diverse, multi-media approach.

Berne- French Church
This church, built in the period from 1270 to 1285 as part of the Dominican monastery that was founded in 1269, is now the city's oldest church.

As of 1623 it served as a church for French-speaking Protestants and became a haven for Huguenot refugees after 1685.

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