Prince inaugurates new premises for health monitoring of civil servants

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Photo: Facebook Gouvernement Monaco

HSH Prince Albert inaugurated the new premises of the Office of Occupational Medicine (OMT, or Office de la Médecine du Travail) on the morning of Monday, April 23.

Also on hand were Didier Gamerdinger, Minister of Social Affairs and Health, the Director of UNWTO, Pascale Pallanca, and the members of the Steering Committee, the President of the National Council, the Mayor’s representative and employees of the Office.

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Photo: Facebook Gouvernement Monaco

Father Di Leo, also present at this event, blessed the premises, which are located in the Aquamarine Building at 24 avenue de Fontvieille. The new space gives new impetus to the medical monitoring of more than 4,800 public officials.

At the same time, the medical team has been strengthened and it will be possible for everyone to be seen at least every three years and even more closely for specific posts, such as those related to security, for example.

“Doctors will also be available to administrative departments to support them in the process of ensuring wellbeing at work,” said Minister Gamerdinger.


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