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The Board of Directors


M. Carl Nappert

Message from the Chair of the Board of Directors

The year 2022-2023 has been another busy one for Montfort, Ontario's francophone academic hospital.  

After having almost exclusively devoted the last few years to managing the pandemic, the hospital was finally able to resume more strategic activities.

Among the many improvement initiatives deployed over the past year, we have advanced several innovative partnerships. These partnerships are well aligned with Montfort’s strategic approach, which is to offer integrated health services centred on your needs. With their support, this is becoming more and more of a reality.

The hospital has also announced innovations in the use of technology, and has been very innovative in tackling human resources challenges. Finally, we are very proud that the hospital has received or maintained important recognitions over the past year, such as a third accreditation with exemplary standing. 

Despite all this great news, 2022-2023 came with its own set of challenges. Some issues are ongoing this new year, without any promise of a magic solution. In particular, the labour shortage continues—a common province-wide problem, exacerbated at Montfort by the fact that our team members must be able to offer quality care in French and English.

At the provincial level, the overhaul of the health system continues, raising concerns about orientation and funding. We already know that the financial burden will be very difficult for Hôpital Montfort in the coming year. We ended the year with a deficit of 8.5 million, one of the highest in recent history. This reflects the significant pressures on the healthcare system.

We have also seen many changes in senior management over the past year. The most high-profile change will be the arrival of Mr. Dominic Giroux, who will take up his post in the summer of 2023 as the new President and CEO, while Dr. Bernard Leduc enters a well-earned retirement after so many years at the helm of Montfort.

With the support of these dedicated individuals, I am confident that the Montfort team will continue to pass on the mission, vision and values of Montfort to the next generation.

We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all of Montfort’s team members as well as our close partners—the Montfort Foundation that raises funds for the hospital so that it can continue to grow; the Institut du Savoir Montfort that combines research, education and continuing professional development activities for Montfort; our volunteers, patient-partners, interns and residents who choose to do their training at Montfort.

But also, thanks to our patients and their loves ones, for trusting us with their most precious asset—their health.

We are convinced that the entire team is prepared and motivated to pursue our mission: to make Montfort Ontario’s Francophone academic hospital offering outstanding services, designed with your and for you.

From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.

Carl Nappert
Chair of the Board of Directors

Hôpital Montfort 2023-2024 Board of Directors is composed of the following members.

Elected directors

M. Carl Nappert

Carl Nappert is President and CEO of Maplesoft Group. He has been with the Maplesoft Group since 2001. Most notably, Mr. Nappert contributed to growing Maplesoft Group as a company owner from 2001 to 2015 through his involvement in the management and business development of the firm on a national and international scale.

Mr. Nappert sits on the Consultative Council of the Telfer School of Management and is involved in the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation.

In 2010, Mr. Nappert received the Ottawa Business Journal’s “40 Under 40 Award,” which recognizes business executives who have distinguished themselves through their success in the business world and their participation in charity and community activities. He was also the recipient of the Young Achievers Award form the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management in recognition of alumni who have achieved business excellence before the age of 40.

Mr. Nappert completed his studies in business administration with a specialization in marketing and international business at the University of Ottawa. He was the president of the Student Association of the Telfer School of Management in 1996-1997, and won first place in the Entrepreneurship Case of the Commerce Games in 1997.

He has been a member of Hôpital Montfort’s Board of Directors since June 2016, and was appointed Chair in June 2018.

Mme Marie-Josée Martel

Mrs. Marie-Josée Martel has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the École nationale d’administration publique. She has contributed to the Government of Canada throughout her career in various central agencies such as the Privy Council Office, Treasury Board Canada, the Office of Aboriginal Constitutional Affairs and numerous federal departments such as the Department of Health, Department of Justice, Revenue Canada Agency, Public Works Canada, Service Canada and finally Library and Archives Canada, as Assistant Deputy Minister for Services. Mrs. Martel has developed extensive expertise in the delivery of quality services to Canadians.

After retiring from the Government of Canada, she joined, as an Associate, the Institute for Citizen-Centred Service. Mrs. Martel mainly facilitates training seminars on service improvement for front-line staff and managers from the public sector.

Ms. Martel was a member of Quality Assurance Board of Hôpital Montfort from 2013 to 2023. She has been a member of the Board of Directors of Montfort Foundation since 2017; served as Vice-President and became Secretary in January 2023. Ms. Martel also sits on the Board of Governors of St-Paul University, as well as on the boards of Collège Boréal and HIROC mutual insurance company. 

She has been a member of the Board of Directors of Hôpital Montfort since 2018; she served as Secretary from 2019 to 2021 and was appointed Vice-President in June 2021.  

Mme Lucie Mercier-Gauthier

Lucie Mercier-Gauthier has been working in the field of university administration for over 33 years. Now retired, she enjoyed a long career at the University of Ottawa where she held several management positions. She began as Director of Internal Audit, moved on to Director of Financial Services, and then served as Associate Vice-President of Financial Resources until 2010, managing large-scale projects including changes in financial systems, administrative simplification initiatives, large investment portfolios and two major bond issuances for the institution. 

In 2010, she became the Associate Vice-President of Student Services, where she worked on improving the student experience and oversaw the strategic operations of Sports Services, the Community Life Service, the bookstore, Food Services, Conventions and Reservations, the uOttawa Card, the Housing Service and Health Services. She led a new program for excellence in campus services that welcomes over 40 000 students, as well as the development and creation of several new residences, new sports facilities and new food concepts.

Ms Mercier-Gauthier was the recipient of the Honorary Membership for Distinguished Service in 2015 and CAUDO’s Ken Clements Distinguished Administrator Award in 2005. She also won the COFO-UO Distinguished Leadership Award in 2004 for her leadership and numerous contributions within Canadian university administrations.

Ms Mercier-Gauthier began her career as an auditor at the Price Waterhouse accounting firm. In 1982, she worked for Export Development Canada (EDC) as a financial analyst.

She holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Ottawa as well as the title of Chartered Accountant. She has been a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario since 1982.

She is an active member on several boards of directors such as the Canadian Association of University Business Officers (CAUBO), the Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE), the Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN) and the Stem Cell Network. She was a member of the Governance Committee in 2016, and has been a member of Hôpital Montfort’s Management Committee since 2017 and a member of the Board of Directors since 2018.

Mme Denise Amyot

Appointed President and CEO of Colleges and Institutes Canada, the voice of Canada's colleges, institutes, CEGEPs and polytechnics in 2013, Ms. Amyot is an international leader in education for employment in Canada and in over 25 countries.

She has served as President and CEO of a federal Crown corporation and as an Assistant Deputy Minister at the federal level in her last three roles. She has also worked in policy and program areas in the social, scientific, economic and cultural fields in Ottawa and in the regions of several federal departments, including Human Resources Development Canada, National Defence, Natural Resources Canada, Aboriginal and Northern Affairs, Canadian Heritage, the Public Service Commission and the Canada Public Service Agency. She has also worked as an administrator for the Northwest Territories (NWT) Department of Education and has taught in Ontario, Quebec and the Northwest Territories.

Denise is Chair of the Board of Directors of the Forum for International Trade Training (FITT), and a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Science and Policy Centre, and at Hôpital Montfort. She has been appointed by the Government of Canada and the Government of Singapore respectively on their Future Skills Council. 

She has received several national and international awards for her leadership and is a sought after speaker nationally and internationally. She is a champion for diversity, the sustainable development goals and coaching. 

Ms. Amyot has been a member of the Hôpital Montfort Board of Directors since 2021, and she was appointed Secretary in 2023.

M. François Brouard

François Brouard is a Fellow Chartered Professional Accountant (FCPA) and a Fellow Chartered Accountant (FCA).  He is currently a full professor at the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University, where he teaches accounting and taxation. He is the founding director of the Sprott Centre for Social Enterprises / Centre Sprott pour les entreprises sociales (SCSE/CSES). He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration (BAA) from HEC Montréal, a master’s in accounting (MSc) from Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and a doctorate in business administration (DBA) from Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR).

He has also worked as an auditor, tax specialist and taxation manager for Deloitte, and as a consultant in training and business intelligence. He was a professor at Université du Québec en Outaouais (UQO) as well as project manager for the professional program of the Ordre des comptables agréés du Québec. 

As a member of Montfort’s Board of Trustees since June 2017 and its Treasurer from June 2018 until 2020, he brings knowledge and expertise in governance, business and administration, taxation and financial accounting, and philanthropy. He was a member of the Governance Committee between 2012 and 2018 and several other Montfort committees over the years, including the Management Committee, Executive Committee, Audit Committee and Project Development Committee. After being elected as a member in 2017, he has served as Chair of Montfort Health's Board of Directors since 2020. He is also a member of the Governance Committee of Société Santé en français.

Mme Joëlle Clément

Joëlle Clément is Executive Advisor, Special Projects at the University of Ottawa, and is currently working with the Administrative Services Modernization Program on the implementation of an integrated IT solution (ERP).  She has worked in post-secondary education since 1998, starting out as Finance Manager at La Cité College. In 2005, she joined the University of Ottawa and held various positions, including Director of Accounting and Director of Financial Planning.

Ms. Clément began her career with Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton as an auditor. She then moved to the Bruyère Continuing Care Department, where she held various positions in financial management and participated in the implementation of a management information system (MIS) and the development of performance indicators in the hospital environment.

Effectiveness and efficiency have been Joëlle's passion since the start of her career, and she is constantly on the lookout for new ways to simplify processes and increase productivity and performance. Always focused on the future and continuous improvement, she is motivated to contribute to the development and well-being of the Franco-Ontarian community.

She holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Ottawa and is a member of the Ordre des Comptables Professionnels Agréés (CPA).

She has been a member of Hôpital Montfort's Board of Directors since 2023 and a member of the Management and Audit Committee since 2017.

M. Luc Généreux

Luc Généreux is an engineer, urban planner and veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces. He is currently working for Public Works and Government Services Canada as director of the regional centre of expertise in project management, following a 34-year career within the Canadian Armed Forces as a military engineer, as well as for Facilities Services at the University of Ottawa and the City of Ottawa.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering in 1985, a master’s in Urban Planning from Université de Montréal, a diploma in Project Management from Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières and a master’s in Security and Defence at the Inter-American Defence College in Washington, D.C.

After participating in planning, designing and building infrastructure as well as managing a wide variety of projects, programs and installations in Canada and abroad, Mr. Généreux became Regional Engineer for Eastern Canada, Base Commander of Canadian Forces Base Shilo, in Manitoba, Director of Real Property Operations – North Region for the Canadian Armed Forces.

He then became Director of Planning, Facilities, at the University of Ottawa and responsible for managing the university’s Master Plan, followed by a position as a senior planner for City of Ottawa facilities and parks. 

Luc Généreux is an active volunteer in local groups in number of capacities, including as a member of the jury for Awards for Planning Excellence of the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP), as a member of Hôpital Montfort’s consultative committee on project development and as an active member of the Royal Canadian Legion. Luc is also a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec, the Ordre des urbanistes du Québec (OUQ), the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) and the Project Management Institute (PMI).

He is a member of the Hôpital Montfort Board of Directors since 2018.

M. Pierre Lanctôt

Pierre Lanctôt is Chief Financial Officer at the Senate of Canada since April 2018. Prior to joining the Senate, Mr. Lanctôt was a partner at EY (Ernst & Young) where he assisted several public sector organizations in improving their financial and operational performance, governance and the management of their investment projects. Previously, he held executive positions in private and public sector organizations such as Canada Post, Bell Canada, and the National Capital Commission.

Mr. Lanctôt is a graduate of the École des Hautes Études Commerciales de Montréal (HEC) in business administration; he obtained his CPA/CA designation in 1989 and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario.

Mr. Lanctôt has been a member of Hôpital Montfort’s Board of Directors since 2014. He has been the chairman of the Finance and Audit Committee from June 2017 until June 2022. He brings to this role a vast experience in financial management, performance management, risk management and process improvement and transformation.

Mme Caroline Richard

Caroline Richard has represented management since she was admitted to the Ontario Bar Association in 2002. She advises and acts on behalf of management in both official languages for litigation related to labour law, employment, human rights, negotiation of collective agreements and industrial accidents. She has litigated before various levels of federal, Ontario and New Brunswick courts as well as several administrative tribunals.
She completed her law degree at the University of Ottawa and is a member of the Law Society of Ontario and the Law Society of Nunavut.

Ms Richard is deeply committed to supporting the Franco-Ontarian community. She joined Hôpital Montfort’s Board of Directors in June 2017.

Mme Lynn Rivard

Ms. Lynn Rivard, Certified Human Resources Leader since 2012, holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Certification of Leadership in the Public Sector. Bilingual in both official languages, she has over 18 years of management experience and over 25 years of experience in the social and community services sector. Ms. Rivard obtained her Honours Bachelor of Criminology in 1994 and her Bachelor of Psychology in 1992, both from the University of Ottawa.

Currently the Chief Administrative Officer for the Faculty of Arts at the University of Ottawa, Ms. Rivard is a recognized expert in Change Management, Strategic Planning and Organizational Development. Her authenticity and forward-thinking approach to continuous improvement remain unwavering in a professional environment marred by divisive socio-political issues. Always seeking to contribute positively to help shape the future, Ms. Rivard is a proactive executive leader involved in the development of several organizational and community initiatives for Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity.

Committed to the positive development of our communities, she has also served on several boards and organizations in the not-for-profit sector. She is a member of the Association de l'Hôpital Montfort since 2019, and a member of the Board of Directors of Maison d'amitié since 2014.

Ms. Lynn Rivard has been a member of the Board of Directors of Hôpital Montfort since 2022.

Me Jean Ste-Marie

Jean Ste-Marie, QC, has a Bachelor of Arts from Université Laval and a Licentiate in Laws from the University of Ottawa. After his admission to the Barreau du Québec, he practised at the federal Department of Justice for 23 years where he held several positions as Legal Advisor and Senior Manager. He then worked at the Office of the Auditor General of Canada as Senior Legal Advisor and Assistant Auditor General. He was also Interim Vice-President of the Public Service Commission of Canada.

After retiring, he accepted mandates for the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) in Francophone Africa, where he participated in projects on public finance. He also worked for CIDA in Asia where he worked on developing a law to establish a public service based on a Canadian model.

He was appointed Queen’s Counsel (QC) in 1991.

Jean Ste-Marie has been a member of the Board of Directors of Hôpital Montfort since 2018.

Ex-officio Directors

Dominic Giroux

Dominic Giroux has been President and CEO of Montfort since July 2023, and chairs the Board of Directors of the Ontario Hospital Association. He has 25 years of experience as a senior executive in two teaching hospitals, a research institute, a university, two provincial ministries and two school boards. 

Born in Montfort, a volunteer with the SOS Montfort movement and a member of the hospital’s board of directors during the ’90s, he is a Certified Health Leader with the Canadian College of Health Leaders and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. 

Prior to joining Montfort, Dominic led Health Sciences North and the Research Institute at Health Sciences North, Northern Ontario’s largest teaching hospital, from 2017 to 2023. During this time, he co-chaired pandemic management in the North for Health Ontario and sat on the Provincial Oversight Table for the response to COVID-19. 

Since the beginning of his career, he has been involved on numerous boards in the fields of health, education, mining innovation, public policy, and community and economic development, including:  

  • Co-president of the Consortium national de formation en santé 
  • Chairman, Northern Ontario School of Medicine 
  • Vice-President/President-Elect, Universities Canada 
  • Vice-President, Association des collèges et universités de la francophonie canadienne 
  • Vice-President, ACFO d’Ottawa 

Elected trustee at age 19 and president of the Conseil des écoles catholiques de langue française for Ottawa-Carleton at age 21, he served as a senior executive in two new French-language school boards in Toronto and Ottawa, then as assistant deputy minister in the Ontario Ministries of Education and Training, Colleges and Universities, and as president of Laurentian University.  

Dominic was appointed by the federal government to the Governing Council of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. He has served on the Drummond Commission on the Reform of Ontario’s Public Services, which made over 100 health-related recommendations, the Ontario Economic Advisory Committee, and advisory committees for the Bank of Canada, the Globe and Mail, Hydro One and the Mowat Centre. 

He holds a bachelor’s degree in management and public policy, a bachelor’s degree in education from the University of Ottawa, and an MBA from HEC Montréal. He completed the Public Executive Program at Queen’s University. He holds an ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors, is a member of the Ontario College of Teachers and mentors new hospital CEOs. 

In 2011, Dominic Giroux was named one of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40. He has received a Community Builder Award of Excellence in Sudbury, a Paul Harris Fellowship from the Rotary Club, leadership awards from the University of Ottawa and HEC Montréal, the annual Pilier de la Francophonie award from the Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario, the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, and an Eagle Feather for leadership in Aboriginal relations. He was named Chevalier of the Ordre des Palmes académiques de la République française by the French government for his contribution to the promotion of the French language in Canada. 

Dr. Thierry DabovalDr. Thierry Daboval has been appointed as Chief-of-staff of Montfort in September 2022.

Dr Daboval has been a professor of neonatology and pediatrics since 1998, first at the Université de Sherbrooke and currently at the University of Ottawa, where he has been promoted to Associate Professor in 2021. Since 2016, he has been the Medical Director of the Level 3b Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) in Ottawa.

In his many roles, Dr. Daboval has been very involved in teaching and research programs, particularly in the area of counseling mothers at high risk of delivering an extremely preterm newborn. He is particularly interested in medical ethics in neonatology, communication in complex situations and how to teach it and also in the follow-up of children at risk of developmental delays. Author of more than a hundred publications, he has participated in a large number of conferences as a speaker or invited professor, including several international conferences.

Originally from St-Hyacinthe, Quebec, he completed his medical and pediatric training at the Université de Sherbrooke; he obtained his specialization in perinatal and neonatal medicine with a concentration in neonatal follow-up at the Université de Montréal. He obtained a master's degree in clinical science at the Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue. In 2015, he graduated from the Healthcare Education Scholars Program at the University of Ottawa.

Dr. Daboval joined the team at Hôpital Montfort as a neonatologist-pediatrician and he holds privileges at CHEO and The Ottawa Hospital on an intermittent basis.


Mme Marie-Noelle Nicole

Dr. Nicole joined the Montfort family in September 2010 after meeting Dr. Lyne Pitre, who convinced her to come and work in a French language minority setting. 

The daughter of a Quebec diplomat, Dr. Nicole lived in the United States and France before completing her medical training at the Université de Montréal. She continued her residency in family medicine in Rimouski, Quebec. 

Attracted to regional practice, she planted roots on the North Shore in Baie Comeau for a decade. She participated in the opening of a Family Medicine Unit to teach regional practice and to facilitate the recruitment of physicians for the North Shore. She also practiced in Pessamit, a native village, and did travel health consultation in CLSC.   

Dr. Nicole is a family physician hospitalist at Montfort since 2010 with an interest in palliative care. Since then, she has completed a diploma in osteopathy (DO-MP) from 2010 to 2015 and has been practicing this discipline in her own office since then. 

She has been involved in the organization of the Journées Monfort, a French medical conference, for many years and has been the chair of the scientific committee since 2018. 

The interest in hospital management emerged while replacing her department chair. Then, she supported Dr. Chantale D'Aoust-Bernard as Vice President of the Professional Staff Council and since September 2021, she has served as President of this council. 

She wishes to improve the quality of work life for physicians and increase family medicine research within the hospital.

Josette Roussel

Ms. Josette Roussel holds the position of Associate Vice-President, Patient care and Chief Nursing Officer since November 2023.

Josette RousselMs. Roussel has 31 years' experience in the healthcare field, including a total of five years at Montfort at the start of her career, and 15 years in management positions. She has been Director of Diagnostic Services and Pharmacy at Montfort as of December 2020.

Originally from New Brunswick, Josette completed a Bachelor of Nursing at the Université de Moncton, a Master of Education at the University of Ottawa, a Master of Nursing at the Université du Québec en Outaouais, a Health Leadership Advancement Certificate at Royal Roads University and obtained certification in gerontology from the Canadian Nurses Association.

Josette has been recognized for her many contributions and impacts on the nursing profession, in Canada and internationally, by being named a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Nursing. She is currently Vice-President of the International Council of Nurses' Nurse Practitioners and Advanced Practice Nurses Network.
Early in her career, she worked as a registered nurse in New Brunswick, at Montfort, the National Defence Medical Centre, the Perley and Rideau Veterans' Health Centre and the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton in public health. From 1999 to 2008, she worked as an advanced practice nurse at the Sisters of Charity Ottawa Health Services. From 2008 to 2020, she was an advisor, program director and member of senior management at the Canadian Nurses Association.

She has served on some 30 provincial, national and international committees, advancing the role of the nurse practitioner in Canada, collaborated on half a dozen research projects, authored or co-authored some 20 publications, taught at the University of Ottawa and the Université du Québec en Outaouais, and given some 50 presentations over the past 10 years in Canada, France, Singapore, Hong Kong, Finland and Australia. Josette is very proud to have led the successful team that brought the International Council of Nurses Congress to Montreal in July 2023.

Mme Estelle Ethier

Ms. Estelle Ethier is Chief Executive Officer of the Institut du Savoir Montfort and Vice President of Research and Education at Hôpital Montfort since May 2023.   

Ms. Ethier is an experienced leader in the fields of health and education. Highly committed to the Franco-Ontarian community, Ms. Ethier served as Director of Education at ISM from July 2016 to March 2018, on the Board of Directors of ISM from September 2021 to November 2022, and has been a member of the Hopital Montfort Association for many years.

She has also served as Dean of Education at Collège La Cité for the past five years, during which time she played several key roles, including the development of the new Honors Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. This four-year program, developed in collaboration with the Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities, will be offered in the fall of 2023 to support hospitals in the face of a growing workforce shortage, particularly in Francophone minority communities.    

Her experience and expertise in building partnerships with key players in the sector will support ISM's efforts to achieve its mandate of improving the health of Francophone minority communities in Canada and ultimately, the healthcare sector and the health of the world.   

Mme Lucie Thibault

Lucie Thibault, Ph.D., is a Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa. The Faculty of Health Sciences includes programs in Nursing, Rehabilitation Sciences (Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy), Nutritional Sciences, Interdisciplinary Health Sciences and Human Kinetics. 

For the past 30 years, she has taught organizational theory, ethics in sport, globalization of sport, governance and policy, and social issues in sport. Her research has been published in numerous scholarly journals. She is co-editor of Contemporary Sport Management (2021, Human Kinetics) and Sport Policy in Canada (2013, University of Ottawa Press).

She studied at the University of Ottawa (1st cycle) and the University of Alberta (2nd and 3rd cycles). During her career, she has also worked at The University of British Columbia and Brock University. 

She has been an ex-officio member of the Montfort Hospital Board of Directors, representing the University of Ottawa, since 2018. 

Consult our administrative policy.

Read the Statement of the Board of Directors against discrimination, racism and racial inequality and for the promotion of diversity, equity and inclusion.


Public Participation

Dates of the public meetings for 2023-24 will be available soon.

To ensure adequate seating due to space and safety restrictions, individuals wishing to attend Board meetings are asked to notify the Board Secretary's office 48 hours prior to the meeting by e-mail or by phone : 613-746-4621 ext. 2000. Please note that the meetings are held in French only.

Public board meetings follow an approved agenda subject to the direction of the Chair of the Board at each meeting. The Board of Directors of Montfort welcomes input from members of the public. Individuals wishing to bring matters to the attention of the Board should do so by sending a request in writing, at least ten working days prior to the meeting, specifying the topic you wish to address and providing a telephone number where you can be reached:

Hôpital Montfort
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If the Chair of the Board accepts the request, the intervention will be limited to 5 minutes.