The Upper Engadin Hospital is an established health centre in the Engadin-St. Moritz region. It provides a comprehensive and diverse range of medical services to meet the broader primary healthcare needs of the local population, seasonal workers and tourist visitors. High-quality, ethical and scientifically sound practices are its top priority.
The Upper Engadin Hospital is run by the ‘Upper Engadin Healthcare Foundation’ (acronym in German: SGO). As a key healthcare service-provider, the SGO offers a complete primary healthcare service via the hospital, as well as the Promulins care home, the Spitex and various advisory services.
- Air rescue
- Upper Engadin ambulance service
We need your help to ensure the administration process is as smooth as possible.
Therefore, before you arrive, please have the following information to hand:
You don’t need to request a certificate of cover – we’ll gladly take care of that for you.
You’ll find more information about what you need to bring with you here.
What to bring with you to the hospital.
Visiting times, site plan and getting here – everything you need to know about visiting the Upper Engadin Hospital.
Medical care and attention may also be administered during visiting hours. Therefore, we ask for your understanding in the event that this requires you to wait.
Partners and siblings may visit at any time.