At the conclusion of a news conference on January 18, Health and Social Services Minister Gaétan Barrette (with scissors) cuts a red ribbon to officially open Pavilion K. Joining him are (from left) Dr. Louise Miner, Director of Professional Services; Lawrence Bergman, former MNA for D’Arcy-McGee; Francine Dupuis, Associate Executive Director of West-Central Montreal Health; Pierre Arcand, Minister of the Environment, Sustainable Development and Parks; Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg, President and CEO of West-Central Montreal Health; Alan Maislin, President of the Board of Directors of West-Central Montreal Health; Allen Rubin, President of the JGH Board of Governors; Georges Bendavid, Director of Technical Services; Johanne Boileau, Director of Nursing; and Joanne Côté, Associate Director for Innovation and for Quantitative and Prescriptive Analysis.
April 2016Spotlight feature

Health minister officially opens Pavilion K

Praising the Jewish General Hospital as “a crown jewel in our hospital network,” Dr. Gaétan Barrette, Minister of Health and Social Services, cut a red ribbon on January 18 to officially open Pavilion K.

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The Agora, the large hall and entryway just inside the main doors of Pavilion K.
April 2016Spotlight feature

Private donations remain vital to Pavilion K’s success

As patients reap the benefits of the improved healthcare services and enhanced environment of Pavilion K, private donors have been crucial in ensuring that many vital elements of the new critical-care wing are in place.

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Dignitaries and special guests meet on February 18 for a VIP tour of Pavilion K.
April 2016Spotlight feature

Pavilion K draws praise from visiting dignitaries

In the weeks since Pavilion K swung into use, the ultra-modern wing has been drawing praise from a broad range of patients and visitors, including some special guests who came by for a recent tour.

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A resident and member of staff at the Jewish Eldercare Centre, which is among the JGH’s partner institutions in West-Central Montreal Health.
September 2015Spotlight feature

New regional healthcare network gradually finds its footing

Like a photo that comes into focus or a sculpture that slowly takes shape, a clearer image of Quebec’s new public healthcare system has gradually been emerging from the reorganization that was set in motion on April 1.

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Integrated Health and Social Services University Network for West-Central Montreal
September 2015Spotlight feature

New to West-Central Montreal Health

Since April 1, key appointments have been made to the leadership and senior management of the Integrated Health and Social Services University Network for West-Central Montreal.

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