Healthcare in Monaco is private and of an internationally high standard, though you may have to pay a bit more than usual, especially if you are from a country with a national healthcare system.
Monaco has a government-supported health system that provides high-quality medical care to all its citizens. Life expectancy is placed at 74 years for males and 81 for females. Infant mortality rate is approximately 7 per 1000 births. Monaco's birth-rate exceeds the number of deaths per year. For specialised care of serious care of serious health problems Monaco's residents may seek care in larger medical centres, such as the hospital in Nice.
In 1995, there were 42 physicians in the country as well as 31 dentists, 64 pharmacists, and 293 nurses. As of 1998 there were6.6 physicians, 16.2 nurses, 0.4 midwives, 1.2 dentists, and 2.2 pharmacists per 1,000 people.