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Yellow Fever Vaccine in the Principality


Calling all travellers! The Yellow Fever vaccine is now available at the Princess Grace Hospital. Greatly awaited, the vaccine which will be available in Doctor Olivia Keita-Perse’s Travellers’ Clinic*, will make life easier for travellers: now consultations and vaccinations are available in one unique location.

All vaccinations for travellers (Typhoid, Hepatitis A, etc.) are also carried out at this clinic.

* Tuesday and Thursday mornings. Appointments can be made by phone from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on +33 4 92 41 67 95.

Archives Health
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- Partnership with the Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM) to combat Bilharziosis
-Yellow Fever Vaccine in the Principality
-Prevention campaign Thursday 19th and Friday 20th February 2009 at the Salle des Variétés
-The Director General of the World Health Organisation on visit to the Principality
-Revolutionary medical equipment at the CHPG
-Press release – Influenza A/H1N1 6th May 2009
-Press release
-The Principality of Monaco takes part in the 62nd World Health Assembly
-Opening of Paediatric Emergency Department
- A/H1N1 Influenza
-Communication campaign against the dangers of alcoholism
-A case of A/HI/NI flu
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-Status report – A/H1 N1 Flu
-Looking after children at home who are ill
-Announcement by the Department of Health and Social Affairs
-Presentation of the vaccination campaign against influenza AH1N1
-1st December 2009, World AIDS Day Auction in aid of Fight Aids Monaco
-Opening of the A Qietüdine establishment
-A Qietüdine: Opening of the home and submission of applications
-Partnership between CHPG – Government of Monaco Two doctors and a nurse from the developing countries currently on a training course in Monaco
-New prospects for the future Princess Grace Hospital
- Increased control of Aedes Albopictus known as the “Asian tiger mosquito”
-CHPG Nurse Training Institute (IFSI): registration for the entrance examination begins on 1st December
-Large-scale free osteoporosis screening campaign
-Human Papillomavirus vaccination campaign
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