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Alexandro Dünki
Dr. med.

Alexandro Dünki

Consultant, Deputy Head of Intensive Care
German, English, Portuguese


  • 2015 Certificate of Competence, Emergency Doctor (SGNOR)

Academic career

  • 2012 Awarded title of Doctor of Medicine, University of Bern


  • 2003 – 2010 Studied Medicine at the University of Zurich

Continuing professional development

  • Focused Transthoracic and Basic Perioperative Transesophageal Echocardiography
  • POCUS course in basic emergency ultrasonography and focused transthoracic and echocardiography
  • ACLS, PALS, SGNOR Emergency doctor course

Professional career

  • Since August 2020 Consultant, Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, Balgrist University Hospital (Prof. Dr. med. U. Eichenberger)
  • 11/2019 – 07/2020 Consultant Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, Triemli City Hospital (Prof. Dr. med. A. Zollinger)
  • 2018 – 2019 Resident, Intensive Care Medicine, Zurich University Hospital (Prof. Dr. med. R. Schüpbach)
  • 2014 – 2017 Resident, Anesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, Triemli City Hospital (Prof. Dr. med. A. Zollinger)
  • 2013 – October 2014 Resident, Internal Medicine, Limmattal Hospital (Dr. med. B. Caduff)
  • 2011 – 2013 Resident, Anesthesia, Limmattal Hospital (Dr. med. Th. Hegi)


  • 2020 Specialist in Intensive Care Medicine (FMH)
  • 2017 Specialist in Anesthesiology (FMH)


  • Swiss Medical Association (Foederatio Medicarum Helveticorum, FMH)
  • Swiss Society for Anesthesiology and Resuscitation (SGAR)
  • Swiss Society for Emergency Medicine (SGNOR), European Society of Anesthesiology (ESA)
  • European Society of Intensive care medicine (ESICM)


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Claudia Gasser
+41 44 386 38 32
+41 44 386 38 39


Prof Dr Urs Eichenberger and his team use the latest anesthetic techniques for patients of all ages, including children, to provide optimal conditions for smooth and pain-free surgery, as well as recovery from the operation with no complications and minimal pain. Once patients have left the operating theatre, the team continues their care in the recovery room, on the intensive care unit, on the ward, and in subsequent anesthetic and pain clinics.

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