In its brief submitted to the National Assembly’s Committee on Institutions about Bill 60, St. Mary’s Hospital Center (SMHC) reaffirms its values of socio-cultural inclusion, cultural competence, and the cultivation and maintenance of a welcoming environment to all physicians, employees, residents, network colleagues, students and volunteers, where they are free to wear religious symbols.
St. Mary’s Hospital Center, well established in understanding the needs of its community members for almost 90 years, achieves patient-centred care by being community-centred and culturally-centred. The hospital is proud to have a diverse and dedicated workforce that is reflective of the community it serves.
To read McGill’s brief, click here.
To read the full JGH brief, click here.
Click here to view a thought-provoking video independently produced by Ari Grunzeweig of Imagination Creations on the Charter of Quebec Values that was recorded around the Jewish General Hospital.
Click here to read the join McGill Academic Health Network response to the proposed Charter of Values.
Click here to read the position statement of the McGill Nursing Undergraduate Society.
Click here to read the statement from the McGill Medical Students Society.
Click here to read an article in the Montreal Gazette about McGill residents’ opposition to the proposed Charter of Values.
Click here to read about the MUHC submission on Bill 60.