To keep Montreal Heart Institute clients as informed as possible, we have provided links to our current policies in place. These policies have all been adopted by committees and are revised when necessary.
The Smoking Policy at the Montreal Heart Institute (MHI) has several goals. First, in keeping with the Institute's mission, the policy aims to promote the MHI's leading role in the fight against smoking. Other goals include providing an environment that is free of second-hand smoke and helping and support both patients and staff in their attempts to quit smoking. Read more
To prevent the spread of disease from animals to humans, reduce allergic reactions and prevent attacks on users, the Montreal Heart Institute (MHI) adopted a policy on access for guide dogs and service dogs. Aside from these two exceptions, animals are formally prohibited at the MHI. Read more
The Cultural Diversity Policy of the Montreal Heart Institute (MHI) is based on the tenets of the Charter of human rights and freedoms, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the Charter of the French Language, and An Act respecting health services and social services. Read more
The goal of the policy is to promote care and service quality and accessibility for patients from diverse cultures, promote access to care and services in different languages for people from different cultural communities in Quebec, and facilitate employment access and integration of employees from diverse cultures. Read more
Policy to guide and regulate the movement of representatives who perform a function, a profession within the MHI or work for the benefit of a company. Read more
Policy to guide and supervise all supplying procedures for all funds managed by the Montreal Heart Institute, including situations where a good or service can be acquired by a third party (foundation or other) for the benefit of the MHI and entails an expenditure of public funds. Read more