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At the Brunswick Medical Center, our mission is to provide comprehensive and quality care under one roof. Our all-encompassing practice allows each patient to take control of their health while in familiar surroundings. Our modern environment combined with our state-of-the-art equipment and facilities are just some of the reasons that make us leaders in our industry. Our mission is to provide fast and easy access to the best physicians and services, assisted by a highly trained and qualified support staff. We are proud that here at Brunswick Medical Center, the patient’s health is our priority.

Brunswick Medical Center… Your Single Source for Health.


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Exciting news!

Exciting news! Our Pediatric team at TCC Pointe-Claire is thrilled to introduce new services for your little ones! 🏥👶 . Swipe left for details on Intramuscular Ceftriaxone injections, #asthma Follow-up Clinics with Dr. Michael Arsenault, and Immobilization/Casting for simple fractures. Your child’s health is our priority! For more information, call us at (514) 459 3433…

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We must catch up on women’s screening tests delayed by COVID

Our healthcare system has changed dramatically since the dawn of COVID-19. This applies to gynecologists and primary care physicians specializing in women’s health as well, who have had to adapt to this evolving landscape by working around the various limitations concerning preventive care. An astounding number of women don’t have access to the exam table,…

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Cultural Barriers and Advance Care Planning: A Physician’s Experience

Original article: Advance Care Planning Canada by Ya Ning Gao  The 2019 movie “The Farewell” tells a tale of the clash between Western and Chinese cultures. A young woman, Billi, is told to say goodbye to her grandmother in a northern Chinese city, but cultural norms forbid her from discussing the terminal illness of the…

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