The new Résidence du Cap Fleuri has just been inaugurated by HSH the Sovereign Prince, in the presence of Minister of Health and Social Affairs Christophe Robino, alongside Benoîte Rousseau de Sevelinges, Director of the CHPG.
The residence is part of a major project in the Principality to meet the challenge of an ageing population.
The aim is to combine medical care, when needed, within a residential setting, and to delay the loss of autonomy as much as possible.
Seventy-eight residents can be accommodated cared for by 95 professionals.
In addition to the bedrooms: bathrooms with a therapeutic bath, the facility provides two physiotherapy rooms, a recreation room, a Chapel, a shop, and two large terraces.
In addition, the residence has a hotel service aimed at offer residents the greatest comfort in terms of accommodation and very high quality catering.
PHOTO: HSH Prince Albert and Benoîte Rousseau de Sevelinges, Director of the CHPG Monaco Government Press Office