The Centre-Sud-de-l’Île-de-Montréal Integrated Health and Social Services Centre (CIUSSS) provides care and services for patients at every stage of life. A leader in social innovation, the facility stands out for its forward-thinking and impactful health care and social services.
The Verdun Hospital was founded in 1932 as an effort to serve the growing healthcare needs of the community. Today, it’s an institution that is modernizing and seeking to improve its capacity to treat patients. The hospital serves the neighbourhoods of Côte Saint-Paul, Île des sœurs, Little Burgundy, Pointe Saint-Charles, Saint‑Henri, Verdun and Ville-Émard.
Verdun Hospital houses the third largest family medicine centre on the Island of Montreal and serves as a teaching ground for the Université de Montréal. The hospital provides ambulatory services for both outpatient surgeries and medical day care. It includes outpatient and specialized clinics, an intensive care unit, long‑term care services, palliative care services, and services in fields ranging from geriatrics and oncology to respiratory physiotherapy. The emergency department was renovated and redesigned a few years ago to meet growing demand and provide a comfortable, private environment to patients. The hospital is equipped with high-tech medical devices, such as an MRI machine and a CT scanner, and is steady on its way to becoming a modern, high-performance facility that is ready to put advanced technology in the service of medical needs.
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Verdun Hospital’s Expansion Project.
Hôpital de Verdun in numbers:
ER visits each year
patients admitted to the hospital each year
Notre-Dame Hospital as we now know it, on Sherbrooke Street across from Parc Lafontaine, opened in 1924. In November 2017, it became a community hospital serving the boroughs of Ville-Marie and Le Plateau Mont-Royal, with a combined population of 140,000 residents and 580,000 workers, students and tourists. It offers care from birth to end-of life, treating general illnesses and medical conditions. Notre-Dame Hospital takes an inclusive, welcoming approach and is highly active in promoting Urban Health.
Did you know? Notre-Dame Hospital is where the first medical procedure following modern sterile techniques was performed in Canada
Hôpital Notre-Dame in numbers
ER visits each year
family birthing centre (opening in 2021)
Fondation Santé Urbaine’s legal name:
FONDATION SANTÉ URBAINE
Charitable registration number:
11892 3291 RR001
1560 RUE SHERBROOKE Est, Local 1123F
Montréal, QC H2L4M1
Phone number: 5147657302
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