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  • Départ des Drs Lise Cusson, Serge Dulude et Marc Gagné

    Départ des Drs Lise Cusson, Serge Dulude et Marc Gagné Le 15 janvier 2008, le nouveau Bureau de l'AMOM s'était réuni pour souligner le départ des Drs Lise Cusson, Serge Dulude et Marc Gagné.

  • Montrealers trail rest of Quebec in access to family doctors

    The worst region in all of Quebec for access to a family doctor includes Côte-des-Neiges, Park Extension and downtown Montreal, where at least 47,000 residents have not registered with a general practitioner, the latest government statistics show.

  • Manpower Shortages in Long-Term Care: Need to Take Action!

    We are currently experiencing a crisis in CHSLDs where over 1,000 beds are/will be lacking medical coverage, and the situation will not improve in the coming months with the resignations announced by many physicians.

  • Five Months

    We still have 5 months before the end of December, including a few days of well-deserved vacation time for many of us. The registration rate is improving from week to week on the Island of Montreal. As family physicians in Montreal, we are working very hard. As a matter of...

  • Gaétan Barrette’s health reforms are total failure, Claude Castonguay says

    One of the founding fathers of Quebec’s health care system says Gaétan Barrette’s reforms are a spectacular failure that damaged an already ailing health network.

  • Editorial: Fixing the MUHC

    The uncertain status of the McGill University Health Centre is causing anxiety, both within the venerable hospital network and among the community it serves.