Montreal’s West is all set to get a local community service centre (CLSC). Acknowledging the rising concern over the health services in the community, Quebec government has made an investment of $22.5 million in order to build the health centre for the people.
Citing the need of health care in the region, Health Minister, Yves Bolduc assured that this project is expected to cater to the wide range of medical needs of people reeling under severe heath issues.
The advance technology and the state-of the-art infrastructure of the health center are expected to deliver the best medical practices to the people residing in the region. Moreover, government expects that this initiative can prove to be a lucrative opportunity for all those well-qualified doctors who are migrating to other countries to pursue their medical practices.
Nevertheless, two CLSCs are present in the region, the aforementioned project is constructed to shoulder the excessive burden levied on the CLSCs. Moreover, this new CLSC is expected to be well equipped with latest technology so that highly qualified doctors can be roped in to deliver the medical services to the people.
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