Director to stay at CHPG

Dr Cécile Ortholan presenting a new radiotherapy technique at the CHPG in September 2012. L-R: Patrick Bini, Director of the CHPG; S.A.R. the Princess of Hanover; Dr Cécile Ortholan, Director of the Radiotherapy Service; Benjamin Cerrano, Radiophysicist; Stéphane Valeri, Government Advisor for Health and Social Affairs; Dr Béatrice Brych, President of the GEMLUC. Photo: gouv.mc
Dr Cécile Ortholan presenting a new radiotherapy technique at the CHPG in September 2012. L-R: Patrick Bini, Director of the CHPG; S.A.R. the Princess of Hanover; Dr Cécile Ortholan, Director of the Radiotherapy Service; Benjamin Cerrano, Radiophysicist; Stéphane Valeri, Government Advisor for Health and Social Affairs; Dr Béatrice Brych, President of the GEMLUC. Photo: gouv.mc

Mr Patrick Bini, Director of the Princess Grace Hospital (CHPG), will stay on in his post longer than originally projected, the Government announced on Thursday, March 2.

Mr Bini, who has served during major changes at the Hospital, including a project to extend and rebuild the facility, was due to leave his post at the end of June this year. He will stay on until July, 2018.

Mr Bini’s hospital career includes posts as Director of the Fréjus Saint-Raphaël Hospital, Director of the Rodez Hospital, and Deputy Director General at the Regional Centre to Combat Cancer in Nice. He was also Deputy Director General of the Nice University Hospital. He replaced his predecessor at CHPG, Mr François Silvani, in July 2010.

CHPG enjoys an excellent reputation for the quality of its care. The hospital serves not only the Principality but also a wide swathe of the surrounding French Department, including Beaulieu-sur-mer and Menton.

 

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