An ultra-specialized university hospital centre in cardiology, the MHI is a place where staff love to take on multiple challenges. A world leader in cutting-edge cardiology that has a long tradition of innovation and excellence, the MHI is also an engaged community where the desire to provide high-quality care and services coincides with the pride of developing the cardiology of tomorrow.
From the operating room and coronary unit to intensive care and the outpatient clinics, there are many places where you can find your own rhythm in the Department of Nursing (DN). Our goal is to help you play your own role—whether you have experience in cardiology or not.
Our general and specific training programs are particularly well structured and will give you time to feel comfortable in your new environment. Preceptors, advisors, clinical supervisors, experienced colleagues and service chiefs will all help give your new career a head start.
At the DN, and throughout the MHI, quality of life is considered a basic ingredient in the recipe for excellence. Our institution's small size means that we can take a personalized approach and be flexible in how we organize work. Nurses can adapt their schedules to achieve a work-life balance or continue their studies at the undergraduate or master’s level.
The low ratio of patients to nurses also means that you can provide personalized, caring and rewarding care. Working with us will let you make a difference. At the same time, patients, co-workers, management and the administration will make you feel that your contribution is valued and appreciated.
Reporting to the Department of Multidisciplinary Services, the Hemodynamics and Electrophysiology Services at the Montreal Heart Institute are recognized as leaders in cutting-edge treatment in interventional cardiology. Nurses are an integral and essential part of an interdisciplinary team and actively work to advance patient care through the best diagnostic and therapeutic approaches.
By contributing to the MHI's mission of excellence and improving the quality of care, staff on these services show motivation, team spirit, mutual support and openness to change. Stimulated by recognition and the pleasure of their work, nurses, just like other team members, come to the MHI to find belonging, innovation, interdisciplinary collaboration, respect for others, and human and professional dedication.
I invite you to join this outstanding team.