Université de Montréal Health Centre and Research Centre – CHUM and CRCHUM)

FUNCTIONAL AND TECHNICAL PROGRAM AND PRELIMINARY REFERENCE PLAN

HEALTH CENTRE (CHUM)

A pivotal element of the new HEALTH DISTRICT, the Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM) is a world-class teaching hospital with 772 patient rooms. It provides specialized and ultra-specialized care in 35 medical disciplines and treats some 345,000 outpatients annually. Of this number, 22,000 are hospitalized and 65,000 are admitted to the emergency. The initial plan for the ​​228,300 m² Hospital Complex featured modern, open architecture inspired by international design, featuring volumes and passages that create a harmonious blend of the institutional and human dimensions.

Country

Canada

City

Montréal

Client

Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM)

Surface Area

228 300 m² / 772 individual rooms

Year

2007-2020

Partners

Birtz Bastien Beaudoin Laforest architectes / Yelle Maillé architectes associés / Corriveau, Girard et associés / Groupe Arcop

RESEARCH CENTRE (CRCHUM)

The CHUM Research Centre (CRCHUM) will house a team of some 1,300 researchers, master’s, doctoral and post-doctorate students, and technical and administrative personnel on six sites dedicated to research activities, thus constituting a world-calibre hub of health research expertise.

The CRCHUM will distinguish itself by its exceptional capacity for basic research as well as an approach to clinical research designed to develop new treatments and more effective approaches from original knowledge, all for the benefit of patients.

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