Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux
de la Montérégie-Ouest
Care and services provided

Care and services provided

Enhanced, complementary and accessible care and services

Hôpital de Vaudreuil-Soulanges will provide local services for the population of Vaudreuil-Soulanges and will also consolidate certain specialized services for the entire population of the Montérégie-Ouest region.

The new hospital will complement the other facilities of the CISSS de la Montérégie-Ouest and of the health and social services network, in keeping with the principle of hierarchy of care and services. The clinical plan for Hôpital de Vaudreuil-Soulanges (HVS) identifies the needs of the population (current and future) and proposes solutions to meet these needs. This table lists the services provided by the four hospitals located on the Montérégie-Ouest territory

Hôpital de Vaudreuil-Soulanges

  • 404 beds;
  • 11 operating rooms;
  • 41 stretchers;
  • 4 resuscitation rooms;
  • 10 rapid triage chairs.

List of care and services provided

Of the 404 beds at the future Hôpital de Vaudreuil-Soulanges, 94 will be dedicated to surgery, 12 to pediatrics, 25 to obstetrics, 12 to neonatal care, 30 to psychiatry, 6 to the brief intervention unit (UIB), 8 to child psychiatry, 28 to critical care, and 12 to geriatrics.

The operating suite will have 9 general ORs and 2 obstetrics ORs.  The emergency department will have 41 observation stretchers, 4 resuscitation rooms, and 10 rapid triage chairs. In comparison, the largest emergency department in Québec, at Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont, has 53 stretchers. The emergency department at the future Hôpital de Vaudreuil-Soulanges will be the second largest in the Montérégie region, after Hôpital Charles-Lemoyne, which has 43 stretchers.

Services provided

In-patient services

  • Medicine;
  • Surgery;
  • Pediatrics;
  • Neonatology;
  • Obstetrics;
  • Psychiatry;
  • Child psychiatry;
  • Critical care;
  • Geriatrics.

Critical care

  • Operating suite;
  • Minor surgery suite;
  • Emergency.

Outpatient services

  • Day medicine;
  • Renal replacement therapy;
  • Hematology-oncology;
  • Specialized outpatient consultations;
  • Endoscopy.

Diagnostic services

  • Medical imaging;
  • Nuclear medicine;
  • Electrophysiology;
  • Respiratory physiology.

New specialties offered at the CISSS de la Montérégie-Ouest

  • Bariatric surgery;
  • Vascular surgery;
  • Breast centre with breast reconstruction;
  • Neonatology as of 32 weeks;
  • Chronic pain management program;
  • Outpatient pediatric observation;
  • Pediatric day medicine;
  • Child psychiatry.

Other services provided

  • Associated laboratories;
  • Automated pharmacy;
  • Autonomous vehicles (AVs);
  • 300-seat auditorium;
  • Gym, outdoor track.

Why 404 beds?

Between the three (3) existing hospitals of the CISSS de la Montérégie-Ouest, there are currently almost 500 hospital beds for the territory. Based on forecasts, an estimated 904 beds will be needed by 2026.

This is due to projected population growth in the Montérégie-Ouest region. The numbers speak for themselves…

Between 2016 and 2036, the population growth rate for Quebec is estimated at 12% on average, compared to 20% for the Montérégie-Ouest region.


The clinical plan for the future Hôpital de Vaudreuil-Soulanges, approved by the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (MSSS) in 2017, specifies the role of each hospital on the territory, draws a portrait of service usage and needs over the coming decades, and sets out how the organization of services will evolve.

An integrated and complementary approach was recommended for the way in which hospital services on the territory will be organized with the arrival of the new hospital.

In particular, this will mean:

  • Maintaining separate strengths in all the local service networks (LSNs), and factoring in the proximity of living environments in planning high-volume services (LSNs) and the grouping of more specialized or lower-volume services;
  • Optimizing recent outpatient sites;
  • Offering outpatient hospital services: technical platform, interdisciplinary team, in-hospital medical presence, teaching
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