WATCH: Anne Leclair’s moving 3-part series that shares Montrealers’ poignant memories from the Children’s Hospital
MONTREAL — The largest hospital move in Canada’s history, which began early this morning, was over by 11:30 a.m. The historic move, saw 66 patients from the Montreal Children’s Hospital transferred to the new McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) at the Glen Site.
WATCH: After being at its current location since 1956, the Montreal Children’s Hospital is moving to its new home at the Glen site.
The hospital had been preparing for months, with many sharing their memories before the big move.
Moving the Montreal Children’s Hospital was no easy feat.
In order to help it run as smoothly as possible, the MUHC was asking its patients, their families and the public to follow these guidelines on Sunday.
Global News had continuing live coverage of Canada’s largest healthcare move on Sunday via our live blog, which started at 7:00 a.m.
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On Sunday, between 90 and 100 patients from the Montreal Children’s Hospital will be transferred to the new Glen site — follow updates on our live blog here. Read
Kathy Kehoe started working as a nurse in May of 1979. The mother of three spent most of her career working the overnight shift in the neo-natal intensive care unit at the Montreal Children’s Hospital. Read
The Montreal Children’s Hospital’s move marks a new beginning for many, but one mother from Hudson admits it will be difficult to turn the page. Read