Monaco’s Check-up Unit with five star service: A year in review with Dr Gilles Chironi
I first heard about the Monaco Princess Grace Check-up Unit (MPGCU), a medical service that opened on February 29, 2016, from Stéphane Valeri, Minister of Health and Social Affairs. “We have three luxury suites, some amazing technical equipment at the hospital and high quality, multilingual medical staff. In the first months after opening, we received as many local patients as foreign coming for a checkup.”
The decision to create the examination centre came from the CSA, Monaco’s Strategic Council for Attractiveness (Conseil Stratégique pour l’Attractivité), to communicate to both residents and visitors that Monaco has a one-stop complete health care facility, including emergency care and all the specialist departments at the Princess Grace Hospital (Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace, or CHPG), as well as a high level and affordable check-up unit, where English is a given among the multilingual staff.
Read the article on Monaco Life (July 7, 2017)