Doctors and pharmacists zone

Corporate Publications

 

 

Stage 4 Report

This is our 4rd Stage Report ''Towards a HSSC of Choice''. We are gradually starting to see results from the momentum created over the past year. The institution is becoming increasingly structured. The teams are very creative in finding solutions, some of them already implemented in certain sectors are not only producing financial benefits but also improving quality and accessibility.

A printable version is also available.

 

Stage 3 Report

This is our 3rd Stage Report. It is clear that the Establishment has come a long way over the past year. Small steps at a time, we are addressing historical challenges and will continue to work together within a well-structured, continuous improvement process. Through our stage reports, we would like to share with you our enthusiasm about the progress we have made, as well as our future achievements. Enjoy!

 

A printable version is also available.

 

Please answer our question What constitutes a HSSC of choice?

 

 

Stage 2 Report

We are pleased to present our Stage 2 Report ''Towards a HSSC of Excellence''. The West Island HSSC continues to improve. Small steps at a time, we are laying the foundation for a solid organization that can develop harmoniously, on a long term basis, to better meet the needs of a population that is constantly evolving.

 

A printable version is also available.

 

Stage 1 Report

The stage 1 report ''Towards an HSSC of excellence'' has been published. It presents the evolution of the organization in recent months that have been especially dedicated to a tour to meet the HSSC teams. This tour and consultations with different internal interest groups have led to the development of an action plan for the year ahead. You will find features of the Action Plan in this report.

Plan d'action local de santé publique 2010-2015 du CSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île

The Plan d'action local de santé publique 2010-2015 du CSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Île reflects as much as possible our local preoccupations and issues, while conforming to the Agence de Montréal's Direction de la santé publique's orientations. Read it!