Sponsorship and medical partnerships
Balgrist University Hospital supports sportsmen and sportswomen as well as sports clubs and sporting events with a national impact through various sponsoring commitments and medical partnerships. Our University Centre for Prevention and Sports Medicine offers access to the latest treatment methods and a comprehensive, modern infrastructure - designed to meet the needs of athletes.
Swiss Academic Ski Club
Balgrist is reinforcing its commitment to the sport of skiing by supporting the Swiss Academic Ski Club (SAS), encouraging young participants in academic competitive skiing and funding the University championships in the alpine and Nordic disciplines.
Grasshopper Club Zürich
The University Centre for Prevention and Sports Medicine is supporting Grasshopper Club Zurich as a medical partner in the current football season. New players complete their medical check at Balgrist and injured players are accompanied back into competitive sport through rehabilitation programmes.
Gabi Schenkel (2019)
Balgrist University Hospital supported extreme athlete Gabi Schenkel in her Atlantic crossing as a sports medicine partner and sponsor. She completed the "Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge" as the first Swiss solo rower.
The Zurich University of Applied Sciences trains healthcare professionals. The Balgrist University Hospital is a practice partner for the Bachelor's degree programmes in occupational therapy, nursing and physiotherapy.
Zurich University Children's Hospital
The Zurich University Children’s Hospital is one of the largest paediatric hospitals in Switzerland and one of the leading centres for paediatric and adolescent medicine in Europe.
Balgrist Beteiligungs AG
The aim of Balgrist Beteiligungen is the acquisition, sustained management and disposal of shareholdings in start-ups and small or medium-sized companies focusing on medical or orthopaedic fields.
The Fotostiftung Schweiz and the Fotomuseum Winterthur (museum of photography in Winterthur) rebuilt part of the Schleife industrial area in 2002/2003, to allow a multifaceted look at the medium of photography.