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Princess Grace Hospital names department in honour of former head

Princess Grace Hospital names department in honour of former head

By Staff Writer - March 27, 2018

Dr Cécile Ortholan. Photo: Facebook Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace - CHPG
Dr Cécile Ortholan. Photo: Facebook Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace – CHPG

The new treatment area of the Radiotherapy Department of the Princess Grace Hospital (CHPG), which has been completely renovated, was inaugurated on Tuesday, March 27, and named “Treatment Soace Michel Héry”, in tribute to the former head of department, who died in 2013.

Dr Cécile Ortholan, current Head of the Department of Radiotherapy, made a tribute to her predecessor, in the presence of Minister for Social Affairs and Health Didier Gamerdinger, the Director of the Princess Grace Hospital Patrick Bini, and the widow of Michel Héry: “Michel Héry was one of the pioneers of radiotherapy, a builder and visionary. He founded the Radiotherapy Department 25 years ago at the CHPG and treated many patients with humanity and rigour.

“He has also participated in the creation of two congresses: the Biennale of Oncology and Monaco Age Oncology.”

Photo: Facebook Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace - CHPG
Photo: Facebook Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace – CHPG

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