Partnerships office

The Partnerships Office aims to establish local, regional and supra-regional professional alliances, and to simplify the navigation of users through optimal, integrated and innovative service pathways.  Its actions are patient-centered while respecting the particularities of different communities. 

We look forward to working with you!


Our services

The Partnerships Office team contributes to the following objectives

  • Improve access, quality and coordination of services for Indigenous patients, and cultural safety for Indigenous users, in close collaboration with northern partners. 
    • To learn more about the MCH's Northern and Native Child Health Program, click here.
  • Improve access, quality and integration of care and services by integrating telehealth as a method to deliver care.
    • If you are a patient and would like to learn more about telehealth, visit the Réseau québécois de la télésanté website.
  • Improve access to specialized and front-line services, in collaboration with MUHC partner institutions and organizations.
  • See to the application of the clinical agreement management policy and to the conservation and follow-up of the clinical agreement portfolio. 
    • Are you looking for an existing clinical agreement or would you like assistance in developing a new agreement?  Contact us for more information!


How to contact us

You can reach the Partnerships Office at: [email protected]


Our team
  • Pierre Dégarie, Associate Director, Partnerships and patient flow
  • Bina Nobile, Administrative technician
  • Karine Frisou-Dugas, Program Manager - Partnerships
  • Sidonie Laurier, Advisor, Indigenous Relations and Liaison agent
  • Patricia Noel, Project Manager, Telehealth
  • Camille Panneton, Liaison agent
  • Hector Alvarez De Celis, Clinical Pilot Telehealth
  • Vacant, Advisor, Access

You can reach the Partnerships Office at: [email protected]

Useful ressources
Refer a patient 

Does your family doctor think your child needs to see a specialist? In this case, the referral may have been sent by your doctor to the Referral Center. Someone from the CRDS will call you to offer you an appointment with a specialist. To learn more about the CRDS, click here.

Phone : 514-412-4442
Fax : 514-412-4362