Cantonal Hospital of Graubünden
|Cantonal Hospital Graubünden Foundation
|legal form||Foundation, endowment|
|Seat||Chur , Switzerland|
|Number of employees||2,229 (January 1, 2019)|
|sales||around CHF 348 million (2018)|
The Cantonal Hospital of Graubünden in Chur in the Loëquartier is a hospital run by a foundation that arose from the merger of the (old) Cantonal Hospital (Rhaetian Cantonal and Regional Hospital ), the Catholic Cross Hospital and the Fontana Women's Clinic (Cantonal Women's Hospital Fontana). The new hospital center has retained all three locations.
The canton hospital was built between 1937–1941. It is the largest New Building work in Chur. In 1935 the Zurich architect Fred G. Brun and Rudolf Gaberel (1882–1963) from Graubünden were commissioned with the execution. The building was expanded into a ring-shaped structure in several stages; In 1993–2000, the architects Silvia Gmür and Livio Vacchini built the new D.
The Cantonal Hospital of Graubünden is a foundation under private law and is run independently without a state guarantee of deficits. The Cantonal Hospital of Graubünden is the largest private employer in the canton with over 2,000 employees.
On October 24, 2014, the groundbreaking ceremony for the SUN construction project (renovation, conversion and new construction) took place. One month later, on November 24, 2014, construction phase 2 (until 2019) started. The topping-out was celebrated on July 5, 2017. The shell of house H1 is completed. Construction phase 1 was completed with the relocation and construction of the temporary helicopter landing pads. Construction phase 2 with the realization of the new building H1 will last until 2020. In April 2020, the new main building H1 will start operations. From then on, access to the main location of the cantonal hospital will be via Loëstrasse. Construction phase 3 (partial demolition of house A and new construction of house H2) is planned from 2019 to 2023.
Ward M of the children's clinic started operations at the end of November 2019.
There is a chapel each at the main location of the cantonal hospital and at the Kreuzspital site.
- Annual report - Kantonsspital Graubünden - 2018. (PDF 1.9MB) Retrieved on November 25, 2019 .
- Armon Fontana, Stephan Schenk, Romano Pedetti: Chur. The city guide. Verlag Desertina, Chur 2003, ISBN 3-85637-278-4 .
- website purchasing association PentaMedProc. PentaMedProc purchasing association, accessed on January 22, 2020 .