My understanding is that will not be possible- your will ahve to find a specialist her and have the op here. From the Government website FAQs;
01. Are the costs of treatment abroad reimbursed under compulsory health insurance?
Compulsory health insurance only covers reimbursable treatment and services carried out in Switzerland by licensed providers.
Exceptions are made for medical treatment that is necessary during temporary stays abroad.
- In EU/EFTA countries, the European Health Insurance Card issued by your health insurer entitles you to any medical services that are considered essential, taking account of the type of service and the proposed length of your stay. Your medical insurance will cover the costs of the same medical services as would be provided to a resident of the country in question. Further information (in French/German/Italian) is available at: http://www.bag.admin.ch/themen/krank...x.html?lang=de
- In countries outside the EU/EFTA area, the costs of emergency medical treatment will be reimbursed up to a maximum of twice what the same treatment would have cost in Switzerland.
In cases where you have to go abroad for medical treatment because the treatment is not available in Switzerland, your doctor must submit an application (including a statement of reasons) to your health insurer's independent medical adviser. The insurer will decide, in consultation with the independent medical advisory service, whether the costs of treatment abroad can be reimbursed.