Partner Zone

Women' health

BREAST HEALTH CLINIC

As part of the Québec Breast Cancer Screening Program (PQDCS), the CSSS de la Montagne offers support and accompaniment for women aged 50 to 69 in the territory.

Our nurses in the Breast Health Clinic perform evaluations and screening activities, and they guide women to designated screening centres (CDD) for mammograms.

They also inform patients about the screening results and coordinate follow-up appointments when additional exams are necessary. Our nurses give information and support to patients awaiting diagnosis.

To make an appointment: 514 731-8531

  • CLSC de Parc-Extension:  ext. 6399
  • CLSC Métro: ext. 7345
  • CLSC de Côte-des-Neiges: ext. 5508

WHAT IS THE QUEBEC BREAST CANCER SCREENING PROGRAM?

If you are between 50 and 69 years of age, you will automatically receive a letter from the Direction of Public Health encouraging you to have a mammogram (breast X-ray) at a designated screening centre. The letter serves as a medical prescription for a mammogram. You need to present the letter when you go for your appointment.

You will be asked to fill out a consent form at your appointment. You will then be registered in the Québec Breast Cancer Screening Program, which will remind you to have a mammogram every two years.

If you are under 50 years of age and wish to have a mammogram, you need an exam authorization from your doctor.

For additional information about the Québec Breast Cancer Screening Program:

DO YOU HAVE OTHER CONCERNS?

Whether you need information about breast cancer screening, osteoporosis, contraception, menopause, or any other subject, your CSSS takes a global approach to women’s health. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us!

FOR INFORMATION

  • CLSC de Côte-des-Neiges: (514) 731-8531
  • CLSC de Parc-Extension: (514) 273-9591
  • CLSC Métro: (514) 934-0354

OTHER WOMEN’S HEALTH RESOURCES

CENTRE DE SANTÉ DES FEMMES DE MONTRÉAL

(514) 270-6110

The Centre de santé des femmes de Montréal is a community organization consisting of women who work mainly in gynecological health. It provides voluntary interruption of pregnancy (abortion) services, contraception services, gynecological consultations, etc.

www.csfmontreal.qc.ca

 

WOMEN’S CENTRE OF MONTREAL

(514) 842-4780

The Women’s Centre of Montreal offers women in difficulty various forms of support: food and clothing assistance, linguistic integration services, legal information, workshops and training, etc.

www.centredesfemmesdemtl.org