The Queen Elizabeth Health Complex (QEHC) offers a diverse range of innovative and efficient healthcare community health care services, all under one roof.
Ensuring ready access to both medical and alternative health services, the QEHC is an attractive option to avoid the overcrowding, delays and other inconveniences so often experienced in hospitals and CLSCs.
Q: Where is the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex located and where can I find your contact information?
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Q: What is the mission and vision of the QEHC?
Q: What are your hours?
Q: What kind of medical services do you offer?
- Urgent care clinic
- Imaging clinic
- Medical Specialists’ Clinic
- Cardiology clinic
- Ophthalmology clinic
- Physiotherapy clinic
- Audiology clinic
- And many more individual medical practitioners
Q: Are the medical services free?
Q: Is this an initiative intended to promote the increasing privatization of our healthcare services?
Q: Who are some of the partners of the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex?
A1: McGill University Health Center
As well, the MUHC, through the Montreal Neurological Hospital, is working with the Medical Specialists' Clinic at the QEHC to offer a teaching program for neurology residents. The QEHC is proud to be able to facilitate the learning process for so many of our new doctors.
The proximity of the QEHC to the new Glen site offers opportunities for the future development of greater partnership.
A2: MCGILL UNIVERSITY
McGill University has been training leaders in dentistry for over 100 years. At the QEHC, graduate students of the Faculty of Dentistry have the unique opportunity to pursue their residency training outside of a hospital setting under the supervision of experienced dentists. The Queen Elizabeth Oral Health Centre offers the recent dental graduate the chance to experience a multidisciplinary approach. The Multidisciplinary Training Programs are accredited by both the Order of Dentists of Quebec and the Canadian Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation. This leading-edge centre provides dental care services at a reduced rate for the entire population. It also provides 24 hour emergency service.
A3: THE QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL FOUNDATION AND THE QEHC FOUNDATION
The QEHC Foundation has consistently supported the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex initiative through funding to help it develop the winning formula that we see today. Furthermore, all those who so generously donated to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital before it closed in 1996 made it possible for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation to donate $1.6 million to our ongoing capital campaign. It would not have been possible for the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex to reach its present stage of growth without the support of the QEHC Foundation and the community.
A4: THE GOVERNMENT OF QUEBEC
The Government of Quebec has built a CHSLD, a 149-bed long-term care hospital on Queen Elizabeth Health Complex property. Clients can benefit from the various services offered at the Complex. For example, some long-term care patients needing an X-ray may be brought to the QEHC's imaging department. This is the first long-term care institution to benefit from a creative solution to the elderly's medical problems.
A5: THE RÉGIE RÉGIONALE MONTRÉAL-CENTRE
The Régie Régionale and the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex have emerged as partners and joint leaders through a historic memorandum of understanding (Protocole d'entente) written in 1996. The primary objective of this joint project is the forging of necessary alliances with public partners such as organizations and key groups of professionals.