The Queen Elizabeth Health Complex is a not-for-profit, ambulatory healthcare center located in Montreal.

Created in response to the provincial government’s closing of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, this totally auto financed health center has become a model for other communities.


Key services offered :

Q.E.H.C. Urgent care walk-in clinic
Super- Clinic and is open until 8 p.m. daily ( including week ends ). The clinic sees over 900 patients weekly.

Q.E.H.C. Imaging Clinic
This “digital” imaging department is open 7 days a week from 8.00 AM to 8.00 PM, offering the following modalities – general x-ray, fluoroscopy, bone density, mammography and ultrasound.
This clinic is one of 15 accredited Breast Cancer Detection Centers in Quebec, offering a breast cancer screening program for over 4,000 women annually. The clinic sees over 5,000 patients annually

Q.E.H.C. Medical Specialist’s Clinic

Over a dozen specialists practice in the fields of  Allergy,Urology, Hematology  Oncology, Neurology, Internal Medecine, Endocrinology, Otolaryngology and Ophthamology. Three breast surgeons and a Registed Diabetes Education Nurse, sponsored by QEHC Community Services, counsels diabetic patients on both a group and one to one basis.

McGill University Health Center : Family Medecine Clinic
Patients are seen at this clinic by Family Medicine Physicians, 5 days a week, on a “by appointment” basis.

125 other healthcare professionals at the QEHC offer both traditional and non-traditional health services such as Physiotherapy, Psychiatry, Cosmetic Medecine, Dentistry, Nutrition Counselling, Psychology, Massotherapy, Homeopathy etc.

The QEHC also has its own foundation, QEHC Community Services, which subsidizes the charitable activities of the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex.