The Integrated Health and Social Services Center (CISSS des Laurentides) is informing the population of the change of address of the designated assessment and screening clinic in Boisbriand.
Starting September 28, medical appointments for screening and evaluations related to COVID-19 will be at 610 boulevard Curé-Boivin, in Boisbriand. The hours of operation remain the same, Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends.
Although all screenings by appointment will be transferred to the new address as of
September 28, the old location on rue Ambroise-Lafortune will continue for two weeks to
receive people without an appointment in order to facilitate the transition.
Ms. Rosemonde Landry, President and CEO of the CISSS des Laurentides indicates that everything has
been done so that the move has no impact on the screenings. “Since the site of
the first clinic was increasingly well known to the population, it was important to plan a period for the
transition so that this change would go smoothly. The Boisbriand screening clinic receives
more than 700 people per day, with and without an appointment,” she explained.
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The new clinic location will bring together three services: the medical assessment, the
screening clinic and the appointment center. From reception to screening, the user’s route has
been designed to facilitate travel and ensure the safety of the population and staff.
When to take a screening test
People who have been in contact with a positive case, who have symptoms of COVID or
for whom screening is requested by public health are invited to complete the self-assessment form
on Québec.ca / decision COVID19. If screening is recommended, the person will be
directed to the appointment center, by phone or via the online application which is now
available on the CISSS des Laurentides website.
All information on screening and making an appointment is available on the
CISSS des Laurentides website at www.santelaurentides.gouv.qc.ca, section COVID-19. The CISSS des
Laurentides reiterates the importance of carrying out frequent hand hygiene, wearing a mask and
maintaining social distancing.