🇨🇦 Living in Montreal#

🏠 Accommodation #

🩺 Medical needs#

If you are not sure you need to go to the hospital, call Info-Santé: 811**. **They will orient you.


If this is an emergency, go to a hospital. Be prepared to wait for a few hours, depending on the level of emergency. There is a list of emergency hospitals (see **here that shows in real time how busy each hospital is.

  • Centre hospitalier de St. Mary Hôpital de Lachine (CUSM)

  • Hôpital de LaSalle (CSSS de Dorval-Lachine-LaSalle)

  • Hôpital de Verdun (CSSS du Sud-Ouest-Verdun)

  • Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur de Montréal

  • Hôpital Fleury (CSSS d’Ahuntsic et Montréal-Nord)

  • Hôpital général de Montréal (CUSM)

  • Hôpital général du Lakeshore (CSSS de l’Ouest-de-l’Île)

  • Hôpital général juif Sir Mortimer B. Davis

  • Hôpital Jean-Talon (CSSS du Coeur-de-l’Île)

  • Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont

  • Hôpital Notre-Dame (CHUM)

  • Hôpital Royal Victoria (CUSM)

  • Hôpital Saint-Luc (CHUM)

  • Hôpital Santa Cabrini

  • Hôtel-Dieu (CHUM)

  • Institut de cardiologie de Montréal


If this is not an emergency (e.g., you’ve had some fiever for a few days and would like to see a doctor). Here are your options.

Public Walk-in public (incl. week-end)#

Also called “CLSC”. Check the closest to your place on google map. Here is a list:

Private walk-in (incl. week-end)#

Call before to make an appointment.

Find a Family Doctor#

If you are here long term (for a few years), you can register to the list to get a family doctor (GP). Please check the eligibility criteria before.

Daily life#