Care and Services

Care and Services are offered at the MUHC, Jewish General Hospital, and St-Mary's Hospital.


Infectious Diseases Outpatient Clinics


The MUHC Infectious Disease clinics offer:

  • specialized evaluations for patients referred by their physicians for the evaluation and management of various suspected or proven infections.
    ​These include:
    • skin and soft tissue infections, 
    • urinary tract infections, 
    • bone and joint infections, 
    • cardiac infections, 
    • surgical wound infections, 
    • pneumonia, 
    • diarrhea, 
    • C. difficile infections, 
    • sexually transmitted diseases
  • specialized clinics for patients with mycobacterial and fungal infections.
  • immunizations for adults.
  • care for patients who receive intravenous antibiotics at home.



Clinics are held daily at both the Montreal General Hospital and Royal Victoria Hospital (Glen Site) and weekly at Lachine Hospital.

  Location Hours
Montreal General Hospital

1650 Avenue Cedar, Montréal, QC H3G 1A4

Room: A5.156

Royal Victoria Hospital/Glen Site

1001 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal, QC H4A 3J1

Room: D.02.4110


Lachine Hospital

650 16e Avenue, Lachine, QC H8S 3N5

1st Floor


Director of Infectious Diseases Clinics : Dr. Vivian Loo

Appointments at the MGH and RVH can be made by telephone 514-934-8488 or fax 514-934-4404.

Appointments at Lachine Hospital can be made by telephone 514-637-2351 poste: 77151 or fax 514-637-3855.

Chronic Viral Illness Service


The Chronic Viral Illness Service (CVIS) provides multidisciplinary care and support for adults with chronic infections due to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis C, hepatitis B or human papillomavirus. The CVIS is one of Canada’s largest clinics specializing in these viral illnesses and provides state-of-the-art diagnosis, care and treatment for these infections and their associated medical illnesses. The CVIS team includes medical specialists and general practitioners, a psychiatrist and psychologist, specialized nurses, an outreach nurse, pharmacists, social workers and a nutritionist.

Research activities include clinical trials of antiviral and immune based therapies, HIV and hepatitis C co-infection, the diagnosis and treatment of human papilloma virus illnesses in men and women, and the impact of HIV on brain (neurocognitive) function. The CVIS also has a busy training program for residents and medical students.

HIV/AIDS Consultation
HIV specialized telephone consultation service  supported by a team of experts is available for Quebec healthcare professionals. You can reach us at 1-800-363-4814.

Clinics are held at the Royal Victoria Hospital (Glen Site).

  Location Hours
Royal Victoria Hospital/Glen Site

1001 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal, QC H4A 3J1

Room: D.02.4110


CVIS Clinical Director: Dr. JP Routy

CVIS Research Director: Dr. Marina Klein

Appointments can be made by telephone 514-843-2090 or fax 514-843-2092.

J.D. MacLean Centre for Tropical Diseases


The J.D. MacLean Centre for Tropical Diseases sees patients with any kind of illness related to travel in, or immigration from, a tropical or low-resource region, as well as parasitic infections of all types. The Pre-travel Clinic provides health assessments and recommendation to travellers. We provide a wide range of routine and travel related vaccinations. No referral is required. 

Tropical Disease Pre-travel and Post-travel Clinics are held at the Glen Site.

  Location Hours
Pre-Travel Clinic (Glen Site)

1001 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal, QC H4A 3J1

Room: D.02.3312


Post-Travel Clinic (Glen Site)

1001 Boulevard Décarie, Montréal, QC H4A 3J1

Room: D.02.4110


Tropical Disease Centre Director: Dr. Michael Libman

For appointments at the Pre-travel Preparation and Vaccination Clinic, please call 514-934-8049.

For appointments at the Post-Travel Tropical Diseases Clinic, please call 514-934-8488.


Infectious Diseases Susceptibility Program


The Infectious Disease Susceptibility Program is a translational research program: it applies the findings of basic research directly to patient care. It focuses on the identification and characterization of genetic defects of immunity (Primary Immunodeficiency Disorders) that cause patients to be unusually susceptible to infections. The clinic receives referrals to evaluate patients for underlying immunodeficiencies, focusing primarily on patients with recurrent infections, infections with unusual organisms, or unusually severe infections. 

Infectious Disease Susceptibility Program Director: Dr. Donald C. Vinh




MUHC Director: Dr. Marcel Behr






Infectious Diseases Outpatient Clinic

For information about the Infectious Diseases Outpatient Clinic at the Jewish General Hospital, please click here or call 514-340-8230.


Tuberculosis Clinic

For information about the Tuberculosis Clinic at the Jewish General Hospital, please click here or call 514-340-8230.


JGH Director: Dr. Karl Weiss




The ID division of St Mary’s Hospital Centre (part of the CIUSS-ODIM) offers a range of clinical and microbiological expertise to a large group of Family Medicine Practitioners, Medical and Surgical specialists. We work within a 280-bed acute care hospital recognized for its excellence in care and teaching, which also serves as the base for the largest family medicine training centre among the McGill sites, and one of the largest birthing centres in Montreal. We provide ID consultation services (inpatient and ambulatory) to a diverse and multicultural population in the Cote des Neiges area of Montreal. The division contributes to the core academic mission of McGill through clinical teaching of medical students, family medicine residents and ID fellows.  In close collaboration with colleagues at the MUHC and JGH we are also engaged in quality and research projects specifically in the areas of antimicrobial stewardship and infection control, both in Canada and in developing countries (Ethiopia).


  Location Hours
St Mary's Hospital Centre

3830 Lacombe Street, Montreal, QC, H3T 1M5

7th Floor


Appointments can be made by telephone 514-734-2662 or fax 514-734-2704.

SMH Director: Dr. Joe Dylewski


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