RAINIER III CLINICAL
|MEDICAL SECRETARY||Secretariat for consultations at the Rainier III Centre: +377 99 99 55 77|
|Care unit||Denis Ravera Unit – 1st floor : +377 99 99 55 67
Long Term Care Unit – 2nd & 3rd floors : +377 99 99 55 58
Long Term Care Unit – 4th and 5th floors : +377 99 99 55 37
Geriatric Aftercare and Rehabilitation Unit – 6th floor : +377 99 99 55 12
Acute Geriatric Department (Short stay) – 7th floor : +377 99 99 55 02
|Executive Officer : Mr Guillaume SOCCI|
|Head of Department||Dr Sandrine LOUCHART de la CHAPELLE|
|Pathologies treated||The Rainier III Centre offers a graduated response to geriatric care needs, whether elective or unscheduled. The inpatient geriatric services also provide palliative care and care for Alzheimer’s patients, and contribute to care for geriatric oncology patients.|
> Geriatric consultations for evaluation and orientation
> The Memory Centre
> The Clinical Research Unit
> The Cognitive Behavioural Unit for safe and secure treatment
> Long Term Care Units for a quality hospital stay
> The Aftercare and Geriatric Rehabilitation Unit for on-going care
The Acute Geriatric Department for a comprehensive approach to elderly patients
> The Mobile Gerontology Unit
|What the unit does||The RAINIER III Clinical Gerontology Centre is the cornerstone of a vast gerontology project introduced by the Prince’s Government since 2003.
It provides care tailored to meet healthcare needs, including in the area of prevention. The Centre cooperates closely with the Monaco Centre for Gerontological Coordination, the Speranza-Albert II Centre, and the Principality’s retirement homes (the A Qietüdine and Cap Fleuri Residences).
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|Capacity||The building has 210 individual private rooms, all dedicated to the care of elderly patients.|
The Rainier III Centre is located at 1 avenue Pasteur in Monaco. It can be accessed via the Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace.
Public access by car is not permitted in the immediate vicinity of the building. Visitors are strongly advised to arrive by public transport.
The interurban shuttle which serves the Cap Fleuri now stops at the Rainier III Centre. Routes and timetables are available from reception.
To ensure patients are able to rest and to enable the units to do their work efficiently, please contact the unit before coming.