Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Grenoble
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The Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Grenoble (CHUG, translated Grenoble University Hospital Centre) is a French teaching hospital built in 1974. With a total capacity of over 2,200 beds in 2011, it is the main hospital of Grenoble and Isère in France. The CHU Grenoble receives all calls from the department of Isère past by[clarification needed] 15 (telephone number of emergency medical assistance service) via the Reception Center and Call Control.
Grenoble urban unit has nearly 500,000 inhabitants in the department of Isère of over 1.2 million. With an operating budget of € 610 million in 2011, the Grenoble hospital employs a total of 7,231 employees (including 1,557 medical staff) that makes it the largest employer in the Grenoble area before STMicroelectronics and Schneider Electric.
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