Four things you should know about the project
- On November 26th, the CHUM will transfer patients from Notre-Dame hospital to the new CHUM.
- Notre-Dame hospital isn’t closing down. Starting November 27th, it will be part of the CIUSSS du Centre-Sud-de-l'Île-de-Montréal.
- Visiting hours will stay the same: 5 pm to 8 pm on weekdays, and 2 pm to 8:30 pm on weekends and holidays.
- To find out where you need to go, see the Map of pavilions and parking
The CIUSSS du Centre-Sud is asking people to avoid going to Notre-Dame hospital’s emergency department from November 27th to December 3rd.
People who need care should do the following:
- Call 811
- See a health professional or go to an emergency room near their homes
- Call emergency services at 911 for immediate assistance.
The project to integrate Notre-Dame hospital, in a nutshell
Since spring 2016, the project coordination team has been working hard to achieve the transformation of Notre-Dame hospital and its integration within CIUSSS Centre-Sud. By welcoming the hospital under its governance, the CIUSSS will be rounding out primary and secondary care services to meet the needs of the population. The project is being carried out in collaboration with the CHUM, which will concurrently open its new hospital (new CHUM).
Notre-Dame hospital will become a facility that provides care through all phases of life, from birth the end of life. This means that common medical conditions or diseases will be treated at Notre-Dame, while the new CHUM will treat more complex or rare cases.
Notre-Dame’s administration is scheduled to transfer from the CHUM to the CCSMTL on Monday, November 27th.
A new vocation
Notre-Dame hospital, a unique institution, is reinventing care by adapting its services to meet the specific needs of the population.
A driving force for development of best practices in social and health care standards, Notre-Dame hospital contributes fully to the CCSMTL’s academic mission.
It promotes urban health and has an positive and concrete impact on the well-being of individuals and community.
Urban Health: En ville, ensemble en santé!
Notre-Dame hospital has chosen an inclusive and welcoming approach. The hospital will play an important role in promoting urban health for people who choose to live and/or work in the city, as well as for more vulnerable individuals who live and frequent other people around them. The upcoming integration of Notre-Dame presents an opportunity to promote and consolidate the CIUSSS’s leadership in the field of urban health.