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A glimpse of the Vaudreuil-Soulanges Hospital project


IMAGE COURTESY SANTEMO.QUEBEC

The sprawling complex built on former agricultural land near the junction of Highways 30 and 40 will include three main pavilions.


The design plans of the long-awaited Vaudreuil-Soulanges Hospital were released January 29 and the sprawling project which will be built on former agricultural land near the junction of Highways 30 and 40 touts sustainable development incorporating surrounding green spaces.

“The facility will be modern, designed to ensure a humane, efficient, simplified and intuitive organization of care and services,” reads the description on the santemo.quebec website.

Soulanges MNA Marilyne Picard released a communiqué including the first images of the project which includes three pavilions designed, “…according to the highest quality standards and which will offer the best possible environments for users and staff.”

Pavilion A will be used primarily for out-patient clinics as well as reception facilities, cafeteria and laboratories. Pavilion B, the largest of the three structures, will house the critical healthcare units including the emergency room, operating rooms, and medical imaging among other support sectors. Pavilion C will accommodate outpatients and child-specific fields of medicine including neonatology, pediatrics and child psychiatry along with the mental health unit.


IMAGE COURTESY SANTEMO.QUEBEC

The 404-bed facility will come with a price tag of $1.7 billion and construction is set to begin early in 2022.


“This great major project is starting to materialize in a tangible way, and we can be very proud of it, collectively,” writes Christian Dubé, Minister of Health and Social Services. “The first images of the project give us an excellent overview of what this modern facility will be like, designed to meet the current and future major health challenges in the region, especially in the context of population growth that we have resulting in the increase in needs.”

“I am delighted to note that this facility will provide patients with a most modern and welcoming care environment, and that it will also promote exchanges between the various professionals who will offer their services there on a daily basis, for the benefit of our entire community,” adds Picard.

The 404-bed facility comes with a projected price tag of $1.7 billion and actual construction is set to begin early in 2022.

For more information, consult santemo.quebec/santemo/phvs/concept-architectural To see a video of MNA Picard at the future hospital location, go to www.facebook.com/MarilynePicardCAQ


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