St. Mary's Hospital (Montreal)
|St. Mary's Hospital|
|Location||3830, avenue Lacombe
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
|Care system||RAMQ (Quebec medicare)|
|Affiliated university||McGill University Faculty of Medicine|
|Speciality||Oncology, General surgery|
St. Mary's Hospital (French: Centre hospitalier de St-Mary) is a Canadian hospital located in Montreal, Quebec. Affiliated with McGill University, St. Mary's is an independent teaching hospital. The hospital is located at 3830 Lacombe Avenue in the borough of Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce. Serving a very ethnically diverse community, staff members are able to communicate in over 30 different languages. St. Mary’s is an integral part of the Réseau universitaire intégré de santé (RUIS) McGill.
St. Mary's Hospital was founded in 1924 by Sister Helen Morrissey and Dr. Donald A. Hingston. First a 45-bed institution located at Shaughnessy House (now the Canadian Centre for Architecture) in the Shaughnessy Village neighbourhood of Downtown Montreal, it has since moved to its current location in 1934 where it has 271 beds.
- St. Mary's Hospital (http://www.smhc.qc.ca/en/)
- St. Mary's Hospital Foundation (http://www.stmaryshospitalfoundation.ca/en/home)
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