Clinic news

  • Obituary: Margaret Siber, one of the Clinic’s founders
    On January 24, 2024, in Chicago, Margaret Ward Siber passed away peacefully in her sleep at the age of 80. Born in Montreal, she spent her childhood in Maisonneuve and Saint-Lambert. She attended Bishop’s University, where she studied medicine. Despite her rebellious nature, she was a brilliant student and passed …
  • Women’s health at the Clinic
    New women’s health services for occasional, non-urgent problems.
  • A look back at the November 22 neighbourhood assembly on the Dubé Reform (PL15)
    Last night, Clinic community organizer Margot Silvestro, accompanied by Philippe Hurteau of the APTS and Josyane Giroux of the Regroupement Les sages-femmes du Québec (RSFQ), detailed the main issues raised by the Dubé Reform (PL15) in front of an audience of 50. While Margot Silvestro outlined the potential effects of …
  • The Users’ Committee’s Annual General Meeting
    The Clinic Users’ Committee will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, November 29, 2023 at 6 p.m. online. A meal from St. Hubert’s will be provided to all participants residing in Point St. Charles (veggie option available). Registration is mandatory, after which you will receive a link to …
  • Public community meeting on Bill 15: Should the Clinic Be Worried about the Dubé Reform?
    Wednesday, November 22 – 5 to 7 PM – Pavillon des aînés (2401, Mullins Street) Health Minister Christian Dubé is presently working on another reform of our healthcare network, the third in twenty years after the Couillard reform (2003) and the Barrette reform (2015). The bill’s title – An act …
  • Influenza-COVID-pneunococcus vaccination at the Clinic
    Every Wednesday and Thursday from October 25 to December 21, 2023, in the basement of 500, Ash Avenue. No appointment required.
  • Change of electronic medical records: the Clinic is upgrading its tools!
    As of April 17, the Clinic will have a new medical record software for our users. Still confidential, it offers new possibilities for our professionals, but also for you! From now on, our administrative agents will enter your email address when you make an appointment. This will allow you to …
  • Temporary offloading of certain services at the Clinic
    The current staff shortage is forcing us to reduce certain services offered by the reception nurses. We are moving certain non-urgent appointments considered in order to focus on essential services that cannot wait (wound care, injections, etc.). We must therefore temporarily put the following services on waiting lists For the …
  • The Clinic remembers Lorraine Guay
    A fierce activist who was engaged on several fronts, Lorraine Guay passed away on June 17. We would like to acknowledge her immense contribution to the Point St. Charles Community Clinic. For fifteen years, from 1972 to 1987, she worked and invested an incredible amount of time and energy at …
  • Maria Costa appointed as new Clinical Activities Specialist at the Clinic
    A social worker at the Clinic for the past 23 years, Maria Costa has taken on the role of Clinical Activites Specialist (CAS) since July 4. Created at the request of the Multidisciplinary Council, the brand new position will serve to supervise the various teams in charge of psychosocial intervention, …
  • The obstacle course to get access to mental health care: a campaign from the Comité de lutte en santé
    The Comité de lutte en santé is launching today a campaign to sensibilize and the increase access to mental health care. A real obstacle course for those why try to get access to care, the comittee illustrate the situation and put forward is revendications for a better access to care. …
  • Vaccination clinics for COVID-19 (4th dose)
    The calls for the 4th dose vaccination begin. The Community Clinic is in the process of developing its next vaccination clinics which will be held in specific neighborhood settings. Specific dates will be available soon. Stay tuned!
  • THE CLINIC’S USERS’ COMMITTEE
    Our committee is there to: – Learn about your rights and obligations; – Defend the rights of all users; – You accompany or assist you, if you wish, in a process, whether it is to obtain services, make a comment or file a complaint; – Evaluate the degree of satisfaction with the services obtained; – Promote the improvement of the quality of your living conditions.
  • THE SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM PREREGISTRATION
    The Clinic is offering to families the possibility of sending their children to summer camp at reduced cost.
  • Information and Tools to help with Anxiety
    Tools to help cope with feeelings of anxiety. Information, strategies and resources for support.
  • Coronavirus COVID-19
    Vaccination, testing, resources, mesures en force and more!
  • COVID-19 Vaccination and screening at the St-Charles Church
    COVID-19 vaccination -COVID-19 *** There will be no more screening at this location from January 24, 2022 ***
  • Psychological health barometer: a self-assessment tool!
    The pandemic is undoubtedly having a major impact (financial, familial, etc.) on stress levels for everyone across society. The mental health barometer on the following page is a tool to help you assess your mental health, and depending on the results, offer strategies to help you feel better. There’s a …
  • The Clinic supports Joyce’s Principle: Continuing the Struggle for Equity and Respect
    The Pointe-Saint-Charles Community Clinic is marking truth and reconciliation week and the anniversary of Joyce Echaquan’s death by announcing our endorsement of the Council of the Atikamekw of Manawan’s call to action and our unwavering support for the fight for equity. Joyce’s Principle aims to guarantee to all Indigenous people …
  • The Clinic supports Joyce’s Principle: Continuing the Struggle for Equity and Respect
    The Pointe-Saint-Charles Community Clinic is marking truth and reconciliation week and the anniversary of Joyce Echaquan’s death by announcing our endorsement of the Council of the Atikamekw of Manawan’s call to action and our unwavering support for the fight for equity. Joyce’s Principle aims to guarantee to all Indigenous people …
  • Stand up program: It’s time to register!
    Fall Prevention Program From June 28 to September 16 Registration: 514 937-9251 ext. 7268
  • COVID vaccination without appointment at Bâtiment 7, June 23, 24 and 25
    Come and get vaccinated with family or friends at Building 7, 1900 rue Leber, June 23, 24 or 25 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
  • COVID-19 vaccination for the 5 to 11 years old
    To make an appointment: Quebec.ca/YOUTHvaccine 514-644-4545
  • How to stay cool in a heat wave?
    – How to protect yourself from the impact of hot weater – Who is at risk – List of air-conditioned places, swimming pool and paddling