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Statistics

Statistical survey

Adding it all up: 2015-2016

Looking for a thumbnail portrait of CIUSSS West-Central Montreal? You’ll find it in the statistics below, which were compiled by the CIUSSS’s Department of Information Management, excerpted from various CIUSSS documents, and found in the 2011 census.

Beds and general services

Beds in use: 1,899 (short-term and long-term)
Admissions: 25,768 (short-term—including newborns—and long-term)

Emergency visits: 85,180
Out-patient visits: 531,152 (excluding endoscopy, day medicine, day hospital—Geriatrics and Mental Health—and evaluation in Psychiatry and Emergency)

Babies delivered: 3,788
Surgical procedures: 10,921
Radiology examinations: 215,948

Meals served to patients/clients/residents: 3,359,517

Staff

CIUSSS work force: 9,100 people
Doctors: Approximately 700
Nurses: 2,720
Allied health professionals: 1,286

Access to a family doctor

Proportion of CIUSSS residents with a family doctor, fall 2016: 56.4 per cent
Proportion of CIUSSS residents with a family doctor, spring 2015: 48 per cent

Services for the elderly

Number of CIUSSS residents over 65: 55,240
Number of CIUSSS residents over 75: 29,015
Proportion of CIUSSS residents over 65: 16.2 per cent
Proportion of Montreal residents over 65: 15.7 per cent

Proportion of CIUSSS residents over 65 who live alone: 37 per cent

Proportion of CIUSSS residents over 65 who are immigrants: 54.7 per cent
Proportion of Montreal residents over 65 who are immigrants: 38 per cent

Elderly residents in long-term care beds: 1,189
Elderly users who receive home care from the CIUSSS: 9,665
Home care teams: 12


Use of day centres

Users of CIUSSS day centres: 316
Total days of service provided to users of CIUSSS day centres: 12,345

Area

Size of the CIUSSS: 54 square kilometres

Municipalities covered by the CIUSSS

  • Part or all of the boroughs of Côte-des-Neiges/Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Villeray/Saint Michel/Park Extension, Rosemont/La Petite Patrie, Plateau Mont-Royal and Ville-Marie
  • The five associated cities of Hampstead, Côte Saint-Luc, Westmount, Montreal West and Mount Royal


Residents

Approximate population: 341,700
Proportion of Montreal’s total population living in the CIUSSS: 18 per cent

Proportion of CIUSSS residents who are immigrants: 44 per cent
Proportion of all Montreal residents who are immigrants: 33 per cent
Proportion of CIUSSS residents who are recent immigrants: 13 per cent
Proportion of all Montreal residents who are recent immigrants: 8 per cent

Average life expectancy of CIUSSS residents (in years): 81.7 for men, 85.2 for women
Average life expectancy of Montreal residents (in years): 79.2 for men, 83.7 for women