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  1. http://journalmetro.com/opinions/paysages-fabriques/884414/soigner-notre-architecture/ 03/12/2015 Mise à jour : 3 décembre 2015 | 3:00 Soigner notre architecture Par Marc-André Carignan L’architecte Michel Broz est allé étudier un centre hospitalier de Chicago pour bâtir l’extension de l’Hôpital général juif. Stéphane Groleau Nos conversations au sujet du système de santé tournent généralement autour des mêmes thématiques: rémunération des médecins, temps d’attente dans les urgences, nombre de lits disponibles. Rarement discute-t-on d’architecture. Et pourtant. Le design de
  2. Prévu pour 2011, le Centre aura une superficie de 11 220 mètres carrés sur trois niveaux. Il comprendra deux salles de traitement de chimiothérapie (38 fauteuils), six appareils de radiothérapie, deux salles de curiethérapie, un bloc opératoire, une urgence oncologique, une salle de pharmacie et plusieurs salles de soutien pour les patients. La construction du CICM reposera entre les mains d’une entreprise de Brossard, EBC inc. L’Hôpital Charles LeMoyne (HCLM) a accordé, jeudi dernier, l’octroi d’un contrat de 40 millions $ pour la construction du Centre de cancérologie d
  3. When heritage is a rebuke By MARIAN SCOTT, The Gazette November 6, 2010 Yvon Lamothe, former maintenance foreman at St. Julien Hospital, says the vast building where many Duplessis orphans lived and suffered is a landmark that should be saved. Yvon Lamothe cho kes up with emotion when he talks about the vast mental hospital that has loomed over this lakeside village for 138 years. "We had certificates for being the cleanest hospital in Quebec. The hallways shone like a mirror," says Lamothe, 69, a former maintenance foreman at St. Julien Hospital, 200 kilometres east of Montrea
  4. Une hausse alarmante Mise à jour le lundi 20 octobre 2008 à 16 h 19 Les dépenses des provinces pour la santé augmentent à un rythme supérieur à celui des recettes publiques. C'est ce que révèle une étude publiée par l'Institut Fraser, et intitulée Paying More, Getting Less: 2008 Report. Selon cette étude, six des dix provinces consacreront plus de 50 % de leurs revenus disponibles aux soins de santé d'ici 2036. urgence-hopital Nombre d'années avant que les provinces atteignent le seuil de 50 %: * Nouveau-Brunswick: 11 ans * Manitoba: 12 ans * Terre-Neuve-et-L
  5. http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/Montreal/2010/05/10/008-centre-inuits-villeray.shtml
  6. The largest hospital project in Danish history has been won by a consultancy team led by C. F. Møller Architects and including London practice Avanti Architects. The hospital complex will comprise 400,000 m2, with the new addition providing 250,000 m2. The hospital is intended to function as a teaching hospital, a regional centre of excellence and a basic hospital for local residents. The hospital design incorporates a large degree of flexibility to accommodate future requirements regarding new technology, forms of treatment and working practices, and it will also introduce
  7. Canadian health care system lags behind Europe, study says The Canadian Press January 21, 2008 at 2:57 AM EST, The Globe & Mail (online edition) OTTAWA — Canada ranks 23rd out of 30 countries surveyed in the “consumer friendliness” of its health care system, says a new report compiled by European and Canadian researchers. The study undertaken by a pair of private think tanks — the Winnipeg-based Frontier Centre for Public Policy and Brussels-based Health Consumer Powerhouse — measured Canada's performance against that of 29 European nations. It found Canada scored well in
  8. Dell offers the first-ever look at a trend-setting hospital of groundbreaking aspirations. Combined with a desire to celebrate the community and culture of central Texas in the U.S., the design for the hospital began with a distinct vision to significantly reduce or eliminate the negative impact of the building on the environment and building occupants. The facility is part of a 700-acre new urbanist development on the brownfield site of a former municipal airport in Austin, a city known for promoting green building practices. An on-site natural gas-fired energy plant; courtyards that
  9. «Il existe des systèmes de santé universels où il n'y a pas d'attente» La Presse (Pascale Breton) Dans un système de santé universel, il n'est pas normal que les patients qui ont des «contacts» soient soignés plus vite. Il est temps que la population exige des changements, presse le président de l'Association médicale canadienne, le Dr Robert Ouellet. «Il faut arrêter de jouer à l'autruche», déclare le Dr Ouellet, en rencontre éditoriale avec La Presse. «La personne qui n'a pas de contacts va attendre plus longtemps. Est-ce correct?» Il n'est pas normal que des hôpitaux en soie
  10. So we lose another head office. Medtronic buying CryoCath 9/25/2008 9:25:48 AM Comments (0) Post-Bulletin and news service reports Medtronic Inc. is paying about $400 million to buy a Canadian medical device company that has worked with Mayo Clinic. This morning, Minneapolis-based medical device maker Medtronic announced that it is buying Montreal-based CryoCath Technologies Inc. CryoCath has accepted the offer of $8.75 per share, about $380 million total. CyroCath makes a heart catheter used to treat atrial fibulation. Mayo Clinic participated in a clinical stu
  11. http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/article/1230226--toronto-ers-feel-weight-of-downtown-condo-boom Sarah-Taïssir Bencharif Staff Reporter Anil Chopra can’t believe some of the things happening in his emergency departments’ waiting rooms. Or triage areas. They’re just too crowded. It’s clear to him where the surge of people comes from. “You just have to look outside your window,” says Chopra, head of emergency medicine at the University Health Network, which comprises four hospitals: Princess Margaret, Toronto Western, Toronto General and Toronto Rehab. “Toronto h
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