Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont

FIRMLY ROOTED IN ORDER TO BETTER CARE FOR YOU

Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont is one of seven institutions that make up the Centre intégré universitaire de santé et de services sociaux (CIUSSS) de l’Est-de-l’Île-de-Montréal.

668,000 people served, or 1/3 of Montréal’s population

Rooted in east-end Montréal since 1954, HMR still fulfils its mission every day with the same passion for providing high-quality patient care through innovative and collaborative clinical practices that integrate knowledge sharing, teaching, and research.

The services you use

21,698

surgeries

77,096

ER admissions

617

beds

21,162

visits to the family medicine unit

3,207

babies delivered

The people who serve you

5,003

employees

528

doctors

151

researchers

611

residents

1,649

nurses

1,246

interns (per year)

485

volunteers

HMR’s three areas of excellence

Immunology-Oncology

The best doctors and researchers in the field of cellular therapy can be found at HMR. Together, they save the lives of patients with leukemia and other forms of cancer.

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Ophthalmology

The largest vision health team in Québec works at HMR, in some of the best equipped laboratories in North America.

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Nephrology

HMR is home to Québec's largest single-site dialysis centre, where treatments are developed for patients with kidney failure or a related disease. 

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Where HMR really stands out: cellular therapy

HMR is a world leader in cellular therapy. Its research—and the resulting clinical applications—is focused on its three areas of excellence, allowing it to offer patients new hope of someday finding a cure for their diseases.

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Training and research

Every year, HMR, which is affiliated with Université de Montréal, welcomes more than 4,000 students, future doctors, nurses, and healthcare professionals, who join the hospital’s ranks to take up the torch.

Several scientific and medical research projects are conducted at HMR, focusing on the development of new treatments and remedies, thus providing hope to people who suffer from incurable diseases.

HMR’s goal: To become a source of healing for patients by providing a continuum between the discoveries made in the laboratory, their clinical assessment, and their therapeutic applications.