Montreal Heart Institute
|Montreal Heart Institute|
|Location||5000, Bélanger street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Care system||RAMQ (Quebec Health Insurance Board)|
|Affiliated university||Université de Montréal School of Medicine|
|Speciality||Cardiology, Anesthesiology, Heart surgery, Internal medicine, Nuclear medicine, Psychosomatic medicine, Physiatry, Radiology|
|Lists||Hospitals in Canada|
The Montreal Heart Institute (MHI) (French: Institut de Cardiologie de Montréal), in Montreal, Quebec, is a specialty hospital dedicated to the development of cardiology, which is affiliated with the Université de Montréal. The MHI is founded in 1954 by Paul David, and it is considered as one of the largest cardiology institutes in the world, which is the first educational hospital on cardiovascular diseases in Canada, and is ranked as one of the largest preventive medicine centre in Quebec.
Prominent Montreal businessman J. Louis Levesque was a major benefactor whose initial $1 million donation in 1969 doubled the research department's budget. Levesque supported the Institute for more than a quarter of a century, donating more than $10 million.
The MHI was ranked number one research hospital in Canada for researcher intensity, and research expenditure per researcher, on the 2015 list of "Canada's Top 40 Research Hospitals" published by Research Infosource.
- "From birth to growth of the Montreal Heart Institute". Montreal Heart Institute. Retrieved 2019-04-10.
- "Facts about the Montreal Heart Institute". Montreal Heart Institute. Retrieved 2019-04-13.
- "Jean-Louis Lévesque – Ordre national du Québec". www.ordre-national.gouv.qc.ca. Retrieved 2019-04-13.
- Montréal, Fondation de l'Institut de Cardiologie de Montréal. "The Montreal Heart Institute ranks first in Research Infosource's prestigious "Canada's Top 40 Research Hospitals List "". www.newswire.ca. Retrieved 2019-04-12.
- "Top Research Hospitals by Researcher Intensity 2015". Research Infosource Inc. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2015.
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