Our multidisciplinary care team
Our midwives, maternity nurses and nursing assistants are committed to ensuring your safety and comfort at all times. Their extensive medical and paramedical expertise means that they are able to provide comprehensive care for all patients, including premature babies born from 34 weeks gestation and multiple deliveries.
Every parent has the right to receive the very best care during the birth of their baby. As a result, the specialist staff at our maternity unit have all completed Start4Neo, a resuscitation training programme, recommended by the Swiss Society of Neonatology, and achieved ‘Start4Neo – Basic Skills Course’ certification.
Clinique Générale-Beaulieu is the first private facility in French-speaking Switzerland to have Start4Neo-certified staff, allowing us to pursue excellence in everything we do.
Our medical team
We will let your gynaecologist know that you have arrived and they will stay in constant contact with your midwife. They will also be present during labour.
An on-call anaesthetist will be available at all times and provide appropriate care if necessary or requested.
An on-call paediatrician will also be available. All on-call paediatricians have completed Start4Neo, a resuscitation training programme, recommended by the Swiss Society of Neonatology.
Dr Eric Antonelli
Dr Patrick Dumps
Dr Michel-Ange Morales
Dr Jean-Yves Corajod
Dr Valérie Uldry
View a complete list of obstetricians accredited by Clinique Générale-Beaulieu
View a complete list of paediatricians accredited by Clinique Générale-Beaulieu
Find out more:
- Giving birth
- Your stay with us
- Follow-up care and support during and after your stay
- Breastfeeding support
During your stay, you will meet:
Specialising in posture and well-being, a member of our midwifery team will provide a one-on-one session with advice and support to help enhance your physical well-being through gentle postural, relaxation and breathing exercises.
A lactation consultant
A lactation consultant will answer any questions and offer support to help you start your breastfeeding journey. They will work closely with the nurse looking after you.
A dietitian will be available for any special requests you may have.
A psychologist will be available for parents who would like to have a one-on-one therapy session.
A secretary will take care of registering the birth of your baby and other administrative formalities.
A manager of the maternity unit
A manager of the maternity unit will offer various care services and coordinate your care, including:
• a therapy session with a psychologist if you have any questions or concerns
• a complimentary photo session with a professional photographer (you are not obligated to buy any photos from your shoot). You will be able to take home a complimentary digital photo.