The Hôpital Montfort Emergency Department team treats over 50,000 patients of all ages every year. Our dynamic team is committed to providing patients with a warm welcome and superior quality care. Medical coverage is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- Take a number and be seated in the waiting room.
- A nurse will call you for triage. Triage is performed by a specialized nurse who will ask you questions about the reason for your visit and evaluate your symptoms. The Emergency Department uses the Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale to assess the level of acuity and order of priority of each individual.
- Once triage is completed, you will be sent to the appropriate waiting room for your condition.
- Blood samples may be taken or other tests performed before you are seen by a doctor.
- Your condition will be reassessed while you wait.
- A doctor will see you.
The triage nurse is available at all times if you have questions or if your condition changes.
Please inform us of your departure. Feel free to ask the health professionals any questions you may have about your condition.
- Your health card;
- An up-to-date list of your medications;
- The telephone number of a contact person for returns.
Do not bring valuables with you to the hospital. Hôpital Montfort accepts no responsibility for lost or stolen items.
Two short-term parking spaces in front of the Emergency Department entrance are reserved for patient drop-off. Other metered parking spaces are available near the Emergency entrance. A patient and visitor parking lot is also available. Please visit the Parking section for more details.
If you are hospitalized following an Emergency Department visit, certain hospitalization expenses will be payable.
The Hôpital Montfort Emergency Department accepts all patients, whether they are children, teens, adults or seniors.
In order to offer the best possible care and allow to make enlightened decisions, here are the services our emergency department can offer to patients from Quebec.
To avoid crowding the limited spaced available in the Emergency Department, one visitor at a time per patient is preferred.