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Traveller’s counsellor service at Princess Grace Hospital

Traveller’s counsellor service at Princess Grace Hospital

By Stephanie Horsman - June 5, 2019

Planning a trip to an exotic locale? Princess Grace Hospital is now offering a consultation service for people planning trips abroad where there may be a risk of an epidemic or avoidable diseases.

Dr. Olivia Keita-Perse, Head of Epidemiology and Hospital Hygiene © Directorate of Communication / Stéphane Danna

In addition to advice on risk prevention, the hospital’s counsellors will provide prescriptions for pre-emptive medications or treatments, necessary vaccinations, suggestions on hygienic measures to avoid infection and nutritional guidance.  

The consultation takes into account the specific risks of the countries being visited, so each plan is personal and focused. For appointments, or more information, call 04 92 41 67 95.

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