Exhibition”Rainier III, The Builder Prince. An ambition for Monaco”

Inauguration of the exhibition “Rainier III, The Builder Prince. An ambition for Monaco” as part of the Centenary of Prince Rainier III. A visionary urban planner who enabled the creation of the Cardio-Thoracic Center of Monaco.

The Center was inaugurated on November 14, 1987 in his presence, thus marking his permanent involvement in the development of this innovative project which he had approved in 1984 and his desire to build a modern state, where the medical international attractiveness of the Principality of Monaco had a primordial place.

Thanks to His Support and then to that of H.S.H. Prince Albert II and the Prince’s Government, and two distinguished men, Professor Vincent Dor and Doctor Jean-Joseph Pastor, the CCM is today an establishment of excellence and reference in the total management of cardiovascular and thoracic pathologies in adults and children.

Retrospective in photos to be found in the exhibition.

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New zero waste initiative at the CCM!

Since February 20th, the CCM kitchen and its chef have decided to optimize prepared dishes by reducing food waste. Daily surplus dishes are put up for sale at a minimal fixed price. As part of the partnership with the MaConsigne brand initiated by the Monaco Government, employees have 14 days to return glass containers to the collection point at the CCM.

A gourmet initiative with a future goal of zero waste!

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l'approche actuelle de la valve mitrale.

33rd International Day of the Monaco Cardio-Thoracic Centre

On 11th November, the CCM 2022 International Day was held, organized by the Centre’s Scientific Council.

This medical and surgical day was initiated at the opening of the Centre and has become a key event in the field of cardiology and thoracic pathologies.

The theme of this 33rd International Day was: “the current approach to the mitral valve”, with European and North American experts reporting on their experience and the means implemented today for an adapted therapy. About a hundred specialists attended this day of information, which is essential because of the development of cardiovascular diseases and the large number of valve diseases, particularly mitral insufficiency.

A meeting of excellence in the image of the CCM, which has built its reputation over the last 35 years on its medical and surgical expertise.

33ème Journée Internationale du Centre Cardio-Thoracique de Monaco - L'approche actuelle de la valve mitrale.

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Les Femmes Leaders Mondiales Monaco et le Centre Cardio-Thoracique : Une coopération généreuse

The Women World Leaders Monaco and the Cardio-Thoracic Centre: A generous cooperation

Under the presidency of H.S.H. Princess Stéphanie, Honorary President, the Women World Leaders Monaco Association has been tenaciously involved in the prevention of cardiovascular diseases in women since 2017.

Particularly active in defending this public health cause, the Women World Leaders Monaco have set up numerous actions, such as informative leaflets, advertising campaigns and a gala evening, the Soirée du Cœur, during which an auction of unique works of art is held for “Save Women’s Hearts”.

The last Soirée du Coeur, on 8th April at the Monaco Yacht Club, raised 40.000 Euros, thanks to donations and the proceeds of the auction.

The cheque presentation ceremony took place on the steps of the Monaco Government in the presence of Mr Christophe Robino, Minister of Social Affairs and Health, Mrs Benoite de Sevelinges, Director of the CHPG, Mr Guy Nervo, Deputy Chairman of the CCM, Dr Jean-Joseph Pastor, Dr Armand Eker and Stéphane Valéri, President of the National Council, surrounded by the Women World Leaders Monaco.

20.000 Euros were donated to the Cardio-Thoracic Centre of Monaco to contribute to the treatment of women’s cardiovascular diseases.

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Le Docteur Filippo Civaia lors de la journée dédiée au Centre Cardio-Thoracique au Pavillon Monaco, à l'Exposition Universelle de Dubaï

Universal Exhibition in Dubai

On 26th February, the day was dedicated to the Cardio-Thoracic Centre at the Monegasque Pavilion.

Mr Guy Nervo, Deputy Chairman, and Dr Filippo Civaia presented the specific features of the Centre, including the high technology of its technical platform.

The Centre, with its internationally recognised expertise, has thus actively contributed to the Principality’s attractiveness as a health centre.

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Monaco Pavilion in Dubai

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