The Institut de réadaptation Gingras-Lindsay-de-Montréal

The Institut de readaptation Gingras-Lindsay-de-Montréal is the result of a merger in 2008 of the Institut de réadaptation de Montréal and the Hôpital de réadaptation Lindsay.

It’s a 153-bed rehabilitation hospital for people with disabilities.

The Institute offers a range of specialized and highly specialized services for people with motor or neurological impairments to promote their autonomy and return home.

As a complement to hospital care, the IRGLM provides highly specialized services at its outpatient clinic while its technical aid department offers personalized prosthetic and orthotic solutions.

Each year, there are over 800 hospitalizations at the Institute and close to 5000 highly specialized outpatient consultations. The prosthetic and orthotic workshop, one of the largest in Canada, provides the following personalized services:

  • Hospital rehabilitation care
  • A highly specialized outpatient medical clinic
  • A vestibular rehabilitation clinic

“When I realized I was capable of putting my son to bed and cuddling with him thanks to the clinic’s raised bed, I was so happy… and proud! Just being able to hold him close and feel his heat is indescribable.”

— Alexandre Thibault

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