At the heart of Lachine

Created in 1913 and integrated into the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) in 2008, the Lachine Hospital offers general and specialized health services including bariatric surgery, outpatient dialysis and men’s health, in addition to being a regional centre of excellence in ophthalmology. The hospital has many diagnostic services and has recently added a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner specially adapted for claustrophobic and obese patients.


The Lachine Hospital is home to the Camille-Lefebvre Pavilion, renowned for its long-term care and long-term-respiratory care. With 134 single rooms, the centre offers a living environment for residents, while focusing on their autonomy.


Furthermore, our patients have direct access to highly specialized care delivered by the rest of the MUHC, one of the most innovative university health centres in North America.


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our hospital in figures

60 beds

29 in medicine

16 in surgery

10 in palliative care

5 in intensive care

operating rooms

2 endoscopy rooms 

10 observation stretchers

2 emergency evaluation armchairs

34 000 à 50 000 outpatient visits

450 full-time employees

55 physicians