I need medical care or treatment
I need medical care or treatmentLast update: 29/04/2020
If you need help, the social and emergency services are of course available to you.
The website dfm.mc has all the information and useful contacts you need regarding violence against women.
You can contact the freephone number 0800 91 90 10 seven days a week for information.
Do you need to discuss your situation and find out what your options are in complete confidentiality?
You can contact the Victims of Criminal Offences Help Association (AVIP) by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 93 25 00 07.
You can also contact the Department of Social Welfare and Social Services by emailing email@example.com or by calling 98 98 41 00.
In an emergency, whether you are a victim or a witness, please contact the Police Department on 17 or on 93 15 30 15.
If you cannot use the telephone, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
It is also possible to report violence at pharmacies in Monaco, who will offer guidance or raise the alarm in emergency situations.
Princess Grace Hospital continues to operate and receive patients as usual, both for emergencies and for outpatient consultations.
If you have a chronic illness that requires regular monitoring, continue to consult your doctor.
In some cases, the medical secretary may offer you a teleconsultation. Consult the list of doctors offering tele-consultation.
If you experience unusual symptoms or have any concerns at all about the seriousness of your condition, call or visit the Accident and Emergency Unit immediately; the Unit can be accessed via a dedicated route.
To keep everyone safe, the hospital’s operations have been reorganised to separate COVID-19 patients from other patients.
Hospital staff are following strict, standardised hygiene and safety protocols when treating patients. They know how to protect themselves and others.
Barrier measures remain the key precaution to take in hospital as elsewhere.