JGH is temporary home for 66 Henri Bradet residents
Sixty-six long-term care residents of the Henri Bradet Residential Centre have moved to the JGH on a temporary basis, so that their permanent quarters can undergo much-needed renovation.
Taking those first crucial steps toward reliable healthcare info
When you have a health problem, you may actually have two problems: The first is your health, and second is deciding where to go and with whom to speak.
My passion and my challenge: to bring sound management to public health care and social services
Daring to change and staying open to what life brings us—these are my passions.
Welcome mat rolled out for Syrian refugees
Healthcare professionals from facilities in West-Central Montreal Health have played key roles in conducting health and psychosocial assessments of the many refugees who arrived in Montreal from Syria.
Landmark clinical trial under way for type 1 diabetes treatment
Patients with long-standing type 1 diabetes are undergoing a clinical trial for a therapeutic approach that combines an agent for stimulating the growth of insulin-secreting cells in the pancreas, along with a drug to prevent the autoimmune system from rejecting the newly formed cells.
“Re-imagined, re-invigorated” JGH Board of Governors holds first meeting
As the JGH Board of Governors prepared to get down to business at its historic inaugural meeting, President Allen Rubin reminded his fellow members that the new Board is “empowered to make crucial decisions that affect the ability of the Jewish General Hospital to provide its patients with care of superior quality.”
Making instructions for patient care clearer, faster, safer
New digital Patient Order Sets contain comprehensive instructions for nurses, pharmacists, nutritionists and other members of healthcare staff who provide care for patients.
Developing social research to advance clinical practice
For Spyridoula Xenocostas, the practical applications of research hold abundant promise for healthcare users.
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.
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.