Important changes in the activities of the Lachine Hospital's Emergency Department
The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) wishes to inform the public that as of February 14, 2023, the Lachine Hospital Emergency Department will operate from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week for ambulatory patients, i.e., people arriving at the Emergency Department by their own means. Ambulances carrying patients requiring acute care will be redirected to other hospitals.
After hours, patients can consult the following emergency rooms: Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal Children's Hospital, Montreal General Hospital, Verdun Hospital or LaSalle Hospital.
In case of a serious problem, call 911 and if unsure what to do, call Info-Santé at 811.
MUHC patients, including patients from the Lachine Hospital, can be tested for COVID-19 at clinics located in the West Montreal region.
650 16th Avenue
Lachine, Quebec H8S 3N5
Important phone numbers
In case of emergency
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
The emergency entrance is off St-Antoine Street, ground floor.
With specialty mandates in geriatric medicine, bariatric, and ophthalmology, the Lachine Hospital is also connected to the Camille Lefebvre long-term-care pavilion (CHSLD), which offers 134 single-patient rooms including 20 long-term-respiratory patient beds.
Managers at Camille Lefebvre Pavilion:
- Myriam Menard, Director of the Camille Lefebvre Pavilion
- France Nadon, unit manager, 2 East
- Judith Morlese, unit manager, 3 and 4 East
At all times during evenings, nights, weekends and holidays, the activity coordinator is on duty.
|Critical Care||Infectious Diseases||Pneumatology|
|Emergency Medicine||Internal Medicine||Rheumatology|
|Bariatric Surgery||Foot and Ankle Surgery||Otolaryngology Surgery|
|Cataract Surgery||General Surgery||Urology Surgery|
|Critical Care||Plastic Surgery|
|Audiology||Geriatric Day Hospital (until summer 2015)||Physiotherapy|
|Endoscopy||Hemodialysis||Pulmonary Function Tests (Inhalation Therapy)|
|Day Medicine||Medical Imaging|
Camille Lefebvre Pavilion
|Long-term Care||Long-term Respiratory Patient Program|
The Lachine Hospital is embarking on a major modernization project to expand our community hospital and upgrade certain units in the historic building. Once completed, this estimated $200 million project will allow the hospital to maintain its high quality of care and provide patients with modern facilities and individual rooms.