COVID@HOME, a new program, allows certain COVID-19 patients to be discharged from the JGH and return to home to a virtual ward.
Despite the pandemic, numerous improvements are continuing in user-centred care, an audience was told at the CIUSSS’s annual Public Information Meeting.
After years of anticipation, a new daycare centre has arrived on the grounds of the Jewish General Hospital.
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.
By getting away from their desks and regularly touring their facilities, senior managers in our CIUSSS get up-close and personal with healthcare users and staff. This helps them better understand what’s working well and what needs improvement.
CIUSSS West-Central Montreal has bocame the world’s first healthcare network certified as a Lean Centre of Excellence by the Leading Edge Group. This recognizes that the CIUSSS continuously strives to improve services for users of health care and social services.
Need a blood test? You’ve got new options at CLSCs in CIUSSS West-Central Montreal. The service has been launched at Park Extension, hours are longer at René Cassin, and you’ll find Metro and Benny Farm quick and easy—perfect for avoiding crowds at the JGH Test Centre.
Coping with the high volume of emergency patients and preventing the spread of infection were the focus of attention on June 25 during a visit to the JGH by Danielle McCann, Minister of Health and Social Services.
In its first network-wide accreditation, CIUSSS West-Central Montreal has achieved an impressive score of 96.3 per cent, along with praise for its strong commitment and focus on the needs of its patients, clients and residents.