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Minister’s first official visit to Princess Grace Hospital

Minister’s first official visit to Princess Grace Hospital

By Staff Writer - June 11, 2017

Minister Didier Gamerdinger, accompanied by CHPG Directpr Patrick Bini, speaking with with Professor Saoudi and his team.
Minister Didier Gamerdinger, accompanied by CHPG Directpr Patrick Bini, speaking with with Professor Saoudi and his team.

Having just taken over as Minister of Health and Social Affairs, Didier Gamerdinger, made an official visit to the Princess Grace Hospital to familiarise himself with its workings and to meet the staff.

Thanks to a range of state of the art equipment and the exceptional expertise of the staff, the hospital enjoys an excellent reputation over a wide area.

Not only is CHPG a major player in the health sector in Monaco, but an important health-care provider for the surrounding French communes. Accompanied by the hospital’s director, Mr Patrick Bini, Minister Gamerdinger was welcomed by all the department heads and their teams.

Mr Gamerdinger also met informally with staff representatives at the hospital, in the presence of Andre Garino, head of its executive board.

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