Queen Elizabeth Family Medicine Group

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Description

 Queen Elizabeth Health Complex


LOCATION

Located in Montreal, in the Notre-Dame-de-Grace area.

Website: Queen Elizabeth Health Complex


LANGUAGE

• Spoken: English and French
• Teaching : English and French
• Charting: English and French


GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Queen Elizabeth Health Complex (QEHC) has been functioning as an important medical unit since 1894, when it first opened as the Montreal Homeopathic Hospital. In 1951 the hospital was renamed to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, and it continued to pioneer outstanding medical care. The hospital officially closed in 1995 due to provincial government budget cuts – and subsequently was reformatted as the QEHC we know it as today – home to multiple medical specialties, complimentary and alternative medical therapies, and important mental health services.

The Queen Elizabeth family medicine group (GMF) is the family medicine training site associated with the McGill University Health Center (MUHC). It was created in 2006, when the primary care clinics in the Royal Victoria Hospital and Montreal General Hospital were moved to this building, to practice closer to the community. It is one of the largest GMFs in Quebec and has over 30,000 registered patients. A GMF-Réseau since 2017, it provides primary care and urgent care to its registered patients and the community 12 hrs a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

The Queen Elizabeth GMF has approximately 30 physicians, and many allied healthcare professionals, including nurse clinicians, nurse practitioners, nursing assistants, pharmacists, dietitians, social workers, a psychologist, and a lactation consultant. Specialty clinics exist for perinatal and newborn care, lactation consulting and surgical procedures.

There is a strong academic element to the clinic both in educational and research areas. Grand rounds from the MUHC are presented via teleconference every week.

Additional Information

Residents are responsible for a practice of approximately 150patients of varying demographics, and follow them throughout their two years of training. They work closely with the interprofessional team to provide ongoing care for their patients. Residents will also follow pregnancies from beginning until delivery, and have the opportunity to follow newborns afterwards as well.

Mandatory rotations are done at the MUHC, with the exception of obstetrics which is done at St-Mary’s Hospital Centre.

Academic teachings are done in conjunction with the St-Mary’s Hospital teaching group.


POPULATION

Multi-cultural and large immigrant population

Postgraduate Teaching


CAPACITY

• 9 residents as of 2022 (5 R1s and 4 R2s)


CURRICULUM

• Horizontal family medicine practice – one half day clinic per week throughout residency, plus additional family medicine clinics during Family Medicine rotations.

To learn more on the postgraduate curriculum, click here


PARTICULARITY OF THIS TEACHING SITE

The Queen Elizabeth Health Centre is a busy community practice in the Notre-Dame-de-Grace area of Montreal. Two residents are accepted here as a “satellite” teaching site of the St. Mary’s Family Medicine Centre. Residents have their patient practices at the QEHC, with academic teaching at St. Mary’s Hospital. The hospital rotations are primarily in the McGill University Health Centre hospitals (MUHC: Montreal General, Royal Victoria, Montreal Children’s).

The Queen Elizabeth family medicine group has approximately 30 physicians, 6 fulltime nurses, a dietitian and lactation consultant. Special clinic exist for maternity, newborn, lactation and surgical procedures.Residents at this site will have excellent exposure to procedure skills in the attached urgent care clinic, as well as a good basis in hospitalist care through the rotations at the MUHC. They all use an electronic medical record that communicates with the Dossier Sante de Quebec and the MUHC database. The clinic has good preparation for practice management.

There is a strong academic element to the clinic both in educational and research areas. Grand rounds from the MUHC are presented via teleconference every week. 

Contact us

Address

Queen Elizabeth

 

Street Address Mailing Address
2100 Marlowe, Montreal (Quebec)

 Queen Elizabeth Health Complex, 2100 Marlowe, Montreal, QC H4A 3L5

WebsiteQueen Elizabeth Health Complex

 CONTACTS:  
Department Chief Dr. Mark Roper
Postgraduate Education Director Dr. Jessica Tremblay 
Administrative Coordinator of the Residency and Education Program nicole.joseph [at] muhc.mcgill.ca (Ms. Nicole Joseph)
Telephone: 514 934-1934 ext. 34935

 

For Any questions regarding Curriculum, contact:

Undergraduate Program Administative Coordinator undergrad.fammed [at] mcgill.ca (Jennifer Simoneau)
Postgraduate Program Adminstrator julie.lane [at] mcgill.ca (Julie Lane)
 

 

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