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Old Posted Mar 1, 2007, 3:42 PM
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Mc Gill Hospital

This project in my opinion goes against every logic that can be applied to ogistic in the management of providing health care to citizens. Hospitals have difficulty containing a bacterail contamination in a small hospital in rural Montreal. How will they address such a simple challenge in a hospital the size of the Mc gill project? Not to mention other logistic challenges that are fundemtal in providing health care from a hospital. We do create our own problems evidently.
Pourquoi aulieu de batir un nouveau centre ont ameliore pas ce que nous avons deja

Je suis de 'opinion que ce projet contredit n'importe qu'el logique que l'ont puisse imaginer en ce qui concerne la gestion de fournir des soins de santé.
Nous n'arrivons pas a contenir une bacterie dans un petit hopital rurale. Comment vas t'ont faire dans hospital de cet envirgure face au memes situations de contamination. Nous cherchons des problemes c'est certains que les trouverons si ce projhets ce realise.
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Pourquoi aulieu de batir un nouveau centre ont ameliore pas ce que nous avons deja
Parce que ce que l'on as deja est trop vieux, ne reponds plus au besoins et qu'il est extremement difficile et cher de mettre a jour ces hopitaux.

Le Royal Vic, est un tres bel immeuble, mais vieux, pas agrandissable, a l'interieur, tu peux pas faire plus que ce qui as été fait, en plus des couts d'entretien qui ne vont aller qu'en augmentant.

L'Avantage du neuf, tu repars a zero, tu ne fais plus les erreurs du passé, ils en parlaient d'ailleur cette semaine, durant une annonce pour la renovation de l'hotel dieu de Quebec, ils vont mettre plus de chambres individuelles, ce qui est une bonne chose, cela reduit les risques de transmissions entre les patients. Un hopital neuf va avoir des chambres individuelles en majorité, plus de comfort pour les patients, meilleur controle sur les transmissions.

Plus de problemes de moisissures comme on en as vu au royal vic entre autre, tout va etre neuf, et fait avec des materiaux plus au points pour un hopital. C'est plein de details comme cela que seul un hopital neuf peut regler.
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Hey le Royal Vic est pas sale il est juste vieux en général.

En tout cas, j'avais déjà posté cette photo, mais voici le terrain Glenn en automne 2006, vu de la gare Vendôme :
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Old Posted Mar 2, 2007, 2:50 AM
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having had the misfortune to stay in a hospital for longer than 3 months - I sure hope the architects take into consideration the view. It's not all that great to lay there in bed and watch T.V. all day - hopefully they'll orient the rooms so that people when in bed get to look outdoors - and preferably toward downtown and the mountain - so much to just look at - to sit there and contemplate - watch the time go by, the lights go on at night, the sunrise illuminating the glass towers early in the morning. I really hope that the view we see in the previous message is not the one people will have to look at all day!
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Un de mes amis vient de se faire engager par le CUSM, y vient juste de finir son bacc. en génie. Le projet est vraiment sur les rails, surtout quand on le compare à l'autre!!
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Old Posted Mar 18, 2007, 9:18 PM
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j'ai vu des annonces d'embauche pour le CHUM dans la presse d'hier.
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Here are the latest renderings.

















Source: http://muhc.ca/new-muhc/page/glen-campus
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Here are the live web-cam images from earlier today.









You can always keep up to date with construction on the MUHC here: http://muhc.ca/new-muhc/article/watch-our-progress
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The design is kitschy, I don't know if I like it or not yet...


And is the height conformed at 7 floors, because I count at least 10 on the new renderings.
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The design is kitschy, I don't know if I like it or not yet...
the quality of the materials will really make or break this one. it's hard to tell from the render but it looks like aluminium siding, so all hope is not lost.
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La Danse de 12 Grues géantes dans le ciel de Vendôme


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I do appreciate these pictures, It is remarkable how many cranes are there to build what will be essentially a lowrise!
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Any news on the fates of the hospitals it'll be replacing? To be honest, I think it's short sighted to close any hospitals down, with an aging population I think we may need the higher hospital capacity into the future.
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Any news on the fates of the hospitals it'll be replacing? To be honest, I think it's short sighted to close any hospitals down, with an aging population I think we may need the higher hospital capacity into the future.
The Montreal Children's and the Royal Vic will definately close. They cost of maintaining the buildings is much to high relative to overall healthcare spending. There have been no official offers for the properties but several groups have expressed interest.
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Old Posted Mar 17, 2012, 2:18 AM
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I think it would make sense to convert one of them into a private hospital as a way of easing the overburdened public system. If I have the choice of drowning in debt or being in bad health, I would choose good health and debt every time.

The other building should be turned into a CHSLD or something.
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Old Posted May 5, 2012, 6:55 PM
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Here is progress on the McGill superhospital at the Glen Yards.

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MUHC- 5 Mai, 2012.

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Old Posted May 13, 2012, 1:37 AM
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This has just become my favorite project in Montreal. I had the pleasure of seeing the MUHC from the very top of the former Canada malting plant on St-Ambroise street, and let me tell you, it is massive.
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Old Posted May 14, 2012, 3:19 PM
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Photos prises par moi en fin de semaine.




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Old Posted May 14, 2012, 7:58 PM
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Looks like you had quite a ride vanatox. Thanks for all these updates!
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