Quebec Minister of Health and Social Services, Rémy Trudel, today announced the purchase of the Canadian Pacific's Glen Yards as the future site of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC).
The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) inaugurates today its new Sleep Disorders Centre, the result of the merger of the two adult centres from the Royal Victoria(RVH) and the Montreal General(MGH) sites. Construction was completed in December 2000 on the 10th Floor of the "F" Pavilion at the Royal Victoria Hospital site.
The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) is pleased to announce that effective April 1, 2001, a network of physicians specialized in HIV/AIDS will make it possible for Consultation SIDA, coordinated by the Montreal Chest Institute of the Royal Victoria Hospital, to offer its telephone consultation service on a 24/7 basis.
The McGill University Health Centre(MUHC) participated in the launching today of a Hemodialysis Clinic in Chibougamau as a full partner in this innovative health care initiative."Over the past year leading up to today's launching, the Hemodialysis Clinic at the Montreal General Hospital(MGH) has provided expertise and support on three levels," says Dr. Murray Vasilevsky, Chief of Nephrology and Director of the MGH Dialysis Clinic.
Mr. Raymond Royer, Chairman of the Governing Committee, is pleased to announce public consultations on the reuse of the existing buildings of the MUHC: the Montreal General Hospital, the Royal Victoria Hospital, the Montreal Children's Hospital, the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital and the Montreal Chest Institute.
The cutting-edge genetic research and career of Dr. Rima Rozen has been acknowledged by her peers with a prestigious Léo-Pariseau award from the Association canadienne-française pour l'avancement des sciences (ACFAS)
Researchers at the McGill University Health Centre and the Jewish General Hospital announced today that they have found a new and clinically simple way to regenerate growth in damaged heart muscle - which they say also responds to concerns about ethical practices.
A team of scientists from the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), McGill University and Université de Montréal today announced a new development in treatment for spinal cord injuries.
The tuberculosis vaccine may no longer work and McGill and Stanford researchers have discovered a possible reason why: the bacteria used to make the vaccine have jettisoned some of their genes.