Health and Social Services


West-Central Montreal Health: First-line Services
 

For any medical emergency: Urgences-Santé – 911

Registration for a family doctor

Regardless of where they are located, individuals requiring access to a family doctor who accepts new patients can be added to the waiting list:

Blood tests and other samples

Info-Santé and Info-Social – 811

Info-Santé 811 gives callers from across Quebec fast, free telephone access to a nurse at all hours, day or night (24/7). The nurse can provide information and advise callers about any health-related matter in full confidentiality.

Similarly, Info-Social 811 is a telephone service that enables an individual to consult with a qualified social worker.

It is recommended that calls be placed to the Info-Santé and Info-Social help lines (at 811) before visiting a hospital or clinic, so that unnecessary trips can be avoided.

Integrated Health and Social Services University Network for West-Central Montreal

Vaccination

Healthy lifestyle choices

Mental health

Health care and support for women

Health care and support for men

Preventing elder abuse

End-of-life care

CSSS Cavendish - CLSC René-Cassin
5800, Cavendish Blvd., #500
Côte St-Luc, Québec H4W 2T5

Operating hours:
Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Saturday, Sunday and holidays 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Telephone: 514-484-7878
website: http://www.cssscavendish.qc.ca/

*For medical services, please call prior to coming to the CLSC to ensure that a doctor is available.