Greetings from the Director of the CHPG to all professionals of the Hospital

In the presence of the Sovereign Prince, Mrs. Benoite de Sevelinges, Director of the Princess Grace Hospital, with the Minister of State and the Minister of Social Affairs and Health Mr. Didier Gamerdinger, welcomed all professionals of the hospital.

In front of many personalities present for the event, the Director of the Hospital drew up a complete report of the activity of the CHPG in 2018, namely:

  • Most medical services have had occupancy rates above 90%
  • More than 80,000 patients came for treatment at CHPG at least once, and nearly 200 chose to check-up
  • 99.8% of them consider the care they received to be good, very good or excellent.

From a social point of view, Benoite de Sevelinges praised the generosity of the Prince’s Government with the creation of a complementary pension scheme and salary adjustment, which has now been completed.

Concerning projects, 2018 will have been a springboard year around 2019, with the signing of the National Pact for Energy Transition on April 18th. Regarding work, the year 2019 will see the commissioning of the Blood Transfusion Center and the new sampling centre of the laboratory. The imaging department should benefit before the summer of a brand new interventional radiology room that will allow the CHPG to develop new management techniques for the benefit of patients.

Finally, the year should come to an end with the opening of the new consultation platform of the Pavilion Louis II which will bring together the specialities of digestive surgery, hepato-gastroenterology, and urology in conditions of reception and significantly improved.

2019 will finally be the year of digital, with the implementation of the first bricks of the new Computerized Patient Record, as part of a global overhaul of the information system, a project called e-CHPG.

Benoite de Sevelinges concluded his speech on a tribute to his predecessor, Mr. Patrick Bini, who “left an establishment with solid foundations, which will allow it to enter an era of modernisation, even before the commissioning long-awaited new building.”