Let’s grow together

Laurine Laupin Daguin

Nurse Manager - Clinique du Grand-Salève

“After working in various hospitals and private clinics in rehabilitation and surgical departments, I joined the Clinique du Grand-Salève when it opened in April 2018. In November 2018, I was entrusted with the responsibility of the pharmacy of the establishment, in the capacity of pharmacy referent. During this period, I was able to understand the creation of the clinic and the overall functioning of a health establishment. This mission allowed me to develop skills in multiple areas in parallel with my nursing skills: quality process, cost management, member of various committees. In December 2021, I was given the opportunity to develop as a nurse manager. This position allows me to carry out projects aimed at improving the quality of care provided to patients and to share the care values that motivate me.”

Florent Nesztler

Assistant General Manager - Clinique Bois-Bougy

« After several years experience in nursing then in management, I joined Clinique Bois-Bougy in 2015 as care manager. With support from the rest of the management team, I was able to successfully implement a number of projects to develop and restructure the clinic’s activity. I strongly believe in motivating teams and encouraging them to drive projects forward, all the more so as this can only mean greater benefits for the patient. In 2019 I was given the opportunity to become assistant manager of one then two clinics, which has given me an even stronger “meta” view. I began my career as a nurse, and this is something I bring to every department. The patient is at the heart of the care we provide. »


Sarah Bougrine

Assistant General Manager - Clinique du Grand-Salève

“Speech therapist graduated in 2013, I started my career at Clinéa in a clinic welcoming patients with neurological disorders. This choice of exercise came naturally to me, because I will not be able to see the patient other than as a whole, and not as a pathology to be treated. Thus, the contributions of the multi-professional team, the coordination of the care path, the development of the life plan taking into account the whole of the individual, in his strengths, his weaknesses, his desires, and his potentials. , allowed me to practice my profession while respecting the “cure and care” which is so dear to me.

This taste for the coordination of professionals around the same objective made me become responsible for the medico-therapeutic service in 2017. I supervise a service of 26 rehabilitation professionals, and acquire by their side an organizational sense and a necessary rigor. to the good care of the patient, in the respect of the rules of the art, of the dignity of the person, and of the respect of his rights.

It is to improve myself in this sense that in 2018 I am starting a Masters in health law – management and management of health, social, and medico-social establishments.

I joined the Grand-Salève clinic in May 2021 as an executive assistant, with the desire to use my know-how and my interpersonal skills for the benefit of broader missions. Since November 2021, I’m the Assistant General Manager of the Grand-Salève clinic.“

Aurélien Hamion

Care Manager - Clinique La Métairie

« I was hired by Clinique La Métairie as a nurse in February 2012, a few months after passing my diploma. Two years later, with the support of the care manager, I obtained by Certificate of Advanced Studies and became a nursing instructor. Along with my colleague, we developed partnerships to welcome students for internships at the clinic and extend the range of courses we provide with universities in Vaud and Geneva. As the clinic’s representatives for these schools, we were proud of the trust placed in us.

In 2017 I applied for a new position as head nurse at the care unit. Management approved my application and in 2019 I passed a Certificate of Advanced Studies as a front-line manager.

I was appointed to my current role as care manager in 2019. I have always enjoyed the support, trust and encouragement of management at every level and have been able to continue my professional development, including through training. I now hold Certificates of Advanced Studies as a nursing instructor, a front-line manager and, most recently, in clinical psychiatry. Whatever my projects, whatever difficulties I’ve met, there has always been an open line of communication with management. »