Nice has several general and university hospitals with maternity facilities and paediatrics departments. There is a large children’s hospital in Nice city centre also. Medical facilities in nearby Monaco are also exceptional, though usually private.
The French Riviera is home to a large expat community with residents from all over the world, and there is an excellent provision for expats with English speaking doctors and translation services available at most hospitals.
There are plenty of English-speaking family doctors on the Cote d’Azur, practising in Nice, Monaco, Cannes, Antibes and in several other towns in between.
For families looking for an English-speaking dentist or orthodontist in Nice, there are several highly skilled multilingual professionals in the region, practising in the city centre and nearby Monaco.
The French Riviera boasts an active and outdoorsy lifestyle year round, with numerous gyms and fitness groups available for pregnant women, new mums and their families all along the stretch of coastline. Alternative therapists including nutritionists, osteopaths, homeopaths and natural medicine consultants are also available along the Cote d’Azur.
This is a useful list of healthcare services in Nice and the Cote d’Azur, curated from top tips and recommendations from local and expat families living in the region. If you have a recommendation for this section please get in touch via email email@example.com
The Princess Grace Hospital Centre is Monaco’s only public hospital, with very highly regarded maternity facilities delivering more than 1000 newborns per year. The facility is equipped with neonatology and offers comprehensive care for pregnancy. ...Read More
Hospital Grasse is a big general hospital that has a separate maternity and paediatric section. The Neo-natal unit (level 2) includes an intensive care unit for newborn babies. The unit is designed to allow parents to stay 24 hours with their child ...Read More