When Pavilion K opened in 2016, it was an instant game-changer. Now, on its fifth anniversary, it has exceeded expectations, becoming the silent hero of the pandemic.
For the third year in a row, CIUSSS West-Central Montreal has been named one of Montreal’s Top Employers.
A survey by Forbes magazine has ranked the JGH among Canada’s best employers—one of only three healthcare centres in Quebec to make the list.
Myer Bick, retired President and CEO of the JGH Foundation, has been appointed to the Order of Canada in recognition of his career of distinguished service.
A major expansion is on the way for the biobank at the JGH that collects and stores biological samples of COVID-19 for research.
Professionalism, leadership and person-centred care will enable CIUSSS West-Central Montreal to prevail against COVID-19, attendees were told at the fifth annual Public Information Meeting.
In this year’s edition of “A Shot of Happiness”, the photography competition for CIUSSS staff, more than 120 photos captured the camaraderie of employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new mural near the main doors of the JGH celebrates the emotional connection between patients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
JGH psychiatry patients are now being treated in the newly renovated Carole and Andrew Harper Psychiatry Inpatient Unit. It’s brighter and airier, with private beds and more space that emphasizes privacy and healing.
At first, telehealth seemed like a distant dream. But when COVID-19 hit, the CIUSSS and the JGH made telehealth a part of daily life.