McGill University Cardiology Division
Welcome to the McGill Cardiology Website.
McGill University is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The Cardiology Division has members at several adult hospitals in the city and links to a pediatric hospital as well. The main sites are the McGill University Health Centre (Montreal General, Lachine General and Royal Victoria sites, Montreal Children's Hospital) and the Sir Mortimer B. Davis Jewish General Hospital. Affiliated centres are St. Mary's Hospital Centre and Lakeshore General Hospital. The McGill RUIS covers much of the western portion of Quebec and extends to the Far North. Links to other regional centres are being expanded.
Summer has jumped in and we are basking in sunshine.
MUHC Cardiology Divisional Meetings
Wednesday, May 22nd from 5-6:30 pm – RVH A1.04 - TBC
Rene Robaire Memorial Lecture. May 9, 2013. RVH and MGH sites. Noon- 1 PM. How to Improve Assessment of Cardiovascular Risk. Dr. Michael Pencina, Boston University and Harvard University
McGill Cardiovascular Research Day
May 30th 2013
8:00AM to 5:00 PM
Dr. Philippe Pibarot, Professor, Department of Medicine, Laval University
Chair, Canada Research Chair in Valvular Heart Diseases, Québec Heart & Lung Institute
New Insights into the Diagnosis and Treatment of Aortic Stenosis
L'Association des cardiologues du Québec est heureuse de vous inviter à participer à son 42e Congrès scientifique annuel tenu conjointement avec l'Université de Bordeaux et l'Hôpital du Haut L'Évêque. Celui-ci se tiendra à Bordeaux, France, du 26 mai au 1 juin 2013.
The 4th Annual Jewish General/McGill Symposium on
Le Centre Mont-Royal
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The Internet is now so engrained in our daily personal and professional lives, it is difficult to remember how we lived without it. More and more, our work activities are online and we are always available via smartphone or tablet or computer. Below are a few useful McGill and Canadian links for your daily medical lives.