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Quebec has just given the green light to the completion of an expansion and redevelopment project for the Pierre-Le Gardeur Hospital located in Terrebonne, in Lanaudière.

The health establishment will therefore be able to carry out its project, which will add 246 short-term care beds.

A 10-storey service tower will be built. It will be linked to the other pavilions by an atrium on the garden level, as well as by two footbridges on the upper floors, where the new hospitalization units will be installed.

Work will also be carried out to expand and redevelop existing pavilions and to build a multi-level parking lot.

“The expansion of the Pierre-Le Gardeur Hospital is a promising project for the entire Lanaudière region,” said Repentigny MP Lise Lavallée in a press release. It will have a positive impact on the quality of the services offered, as well as on their accessibility. […]. I am really happy to see the evolution of this file. It had been expected for years.”

However, the schedule for carrying out the work has not been disclosed by the Government of Quebec.


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Reference-www.journaldemontreal.com

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