Outremont Point of service

 1271 Van Horne
Outremont, Quebec  H2V 1K5
Telephone: 514-731-8531

Nursing services

By appointment or walk-in
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  

  • Vaccination / vaccine updates 
  • Wound treatment and care / dressings / removal of stitches 
  • Infection treatment / antibiotics
  • Injections (B12 or other medications) 
  • Diabetes care / administering of Insulin / education on blood sugar
  • Asthma / respiratory illnesses / allergies 
  • Oral contraception (urgent) / hormonal contraception (preventive) 
  • Blood pressure measurement and monitoring
  • Ear cleaning 
  • Pessary insertion, removal and care

Additional services nearby, by appointment 

CLSC Côte-des-Neiges (514-731-8531)
Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
CLSC Parc-Extension (514-731-8531)
Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

  • Ostomy care, bladder catheterization, intravenous therapies (antibiotics, Venofer, Aredia)
  • Chronic disease management program (monitoring and teaching related to diabetes, COPD, retinopathy)

Psychosocial services

In-person psychosocial assistance

On-site psychosocial help is provided to clients who are registered with the Family Medicine Group team at the Outremont Point of Service.

If you are not registered with this Family Medicine Group, and wish to receive psychosocial services, you may visit one of the following nearby sites, no appointment necessary

CLSC de Côte-des-Neiges  Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 
CLSC de Parc-Extension  Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 

Telephone psychosocial assistance

Phone: 811, option 2
24 hours a day, 365 days a year

If you are going through a difficult situation or a crisis, a social-work professional from Info-Social 811 is available at all times for a free and confidential phone consultation. You can call for yourself or on behalf of a family member, regardless of age.

Speak with a social worker for support in coping with

  • A situation that causes you anxiety, depression, stress or exhaustion
  • Worries about a friend or relative
  • Family or relationship problems
  • Drug or alcohol addiction
  • Job loss or financial difficulties
  • Harassment, assault, abuse or violence
  • Grief or loss

Learn more about the psychosocial services available in your area

Test centre

There is no test centre at this site.

Go to  ClicSanté.ca to schedule your appointment at a nearby test centre.

Test centres are available at the following sites

Health insurance card renewal

Health insurance card renewal is no longer available at Outremont Point of service.
This service is provided at the following CLSCs on CIUSSS West-Central Montreal territory:

  • CLSC de Benny Farm: 6484 Monkland Avenue
  • CLSC Métro : 1801 de Maisonneuve Boulevard West
  • CLSC de Parc-Extension : 7085 Hutchison Street
  • CLSC René-Cassin : 5800 Cavendish Boulevard

Medical services

If you do not have a family doctor, register online on the  Quebec Family Doctor Finder (QFDF) waiting list. Once you are registered, you may contact a Primary Care Access Point (GAP) by calling 811, option 3. The GAP service receives your request for a health consultation, and forwards it to the health professional best able to meet your needs within a reasonable delay.

The GAP is reserved for people who have a specific, non-urgent health problem.

For Family Medicine Group (GMF) patients only

By appointment or walk-in
Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m

The family physicians of the GMF work together with a multidisciplinary team of health professionals to provide better access to a range of health services. Patients benefit from improved monitoring and quality of care. 

Nurse clinician

  • Pediatric follow-up
  • Chronic disease management and follow-up 
  • Asthma education
  • Contraception
  • Prevention, screening and treatment of sexually transmitted and blood-borne diseases 
  • Cognitive assessment
  • Depression and anxiety follow-up
  • Pessary insertion, removal and care 
  • Injections
  • Ear cleaning
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)

Social worker

  • Psychosocial consultation and follow-up, in areas such as social assistance, domestic violence and parenting


  • Assessment based on patient’s eating and lifestyle habits
  • Treatment plan
  • Teaching and follow-up


  • Medical care

Learn more about Family Medicine Groups


Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Prenatal services (before baby arrives) 

OLO program

Low-income families receive free staples through the OLO program (eggs, milk, frozen vegetables) and prenatal vitamins starting at 12 weeks of pregnancy. 

Program participants may also receive follow-up services with a nurse and nutritionist.

Prenatal courses

Pregnant women may register for prenatal classes. An online prenatal course is available to all future mothers, and a face-to-face or virtual course is offered to first-time mothers, or mothers giving birth in Quebec for the first time.

Vaccination for pregnant women

Vaccination is offered to pregnant women between 26 and 32 weeks of gestation.

Group sessions

The CLSC offers a variety of programs to help you prepare for the arrival of your baby. These cover topics such as well-being during pregnancy, labour and delivery, bringing home your baby, resolving sibling conflicts and breastfeeding. The sessions are led by a multidisciplinary team of professionals, among them nurses, social workers, lactation consultants and nutritionists.

A sampling of these sessions includes

Learn more about prenatal services available to pregnant women.

Postnatal services (after baby arrives)  

Postnatal telephone screening is provided by a nurse, who contacts all mothers who have given birth. This is to ensure the health of the mother and the newborn, and to help new parents to adapt.

A home visit by a CLSC nurse is also offered to all post-partum mothers within 24 to 72 hours of the newborn’s discharge from hospital.

During the visit, the nurse

  • Examines the newborn
  • Follows the newborn’s weight gain
  • Checks the newborn’s vital signs
  • Checks the newborn for jaundice
  • Schedules the newborn’s 2- and 4-month vaccination appointments
  • Provides wound care for C-sections
  • Provides support for breastfeeding
  • Answers any questions parents might have

A breastfeeding clinic consultation is offered to Outremont residents every Friday morning at the CLSC Côte-des-Neiges, by referral from a CLSC nurse or GMF physician. This service is available for mothers who need additional support, owing to a more complex breastfeeding difficulty.

All babies born at less than 37 weeks of pregnancy are followed up weekly, for one month.

Vaccination clinics for children

Appointments available online at  ClicSanté.ca

All children are vaccinated according to their age, following the  Quebec immunization schedule. Children must be vaccinated at the ages of 2 months, 4 months, 12 months and 18 months. During your visit, the nurse will also evaluate your child’s growth, nutrition and development, and will answer your questions.

Additional vaccines and booster shots are provided for preschool-age children.

More information on vaccinations for children

Services offered by the healthcare team

If you have any concerns about the growth or development of your child, a nurse can refer you to the appropriate professional for specialized help to monitor him or her, such as a nutritionist, educator, speech therapist or occupational therapist.

The services of a nutritionist and nutrition follow-up are offered one day a week.

Psychosocial support

Psychosocial health professionals are available to address the needs of children and parents in such areas as 

  • Parent/child attachment
  • Youth interaction with their families, whether in a school setting or in the community 

The CAFE (Crise-Ado-Famille-Enfance) Program, developed for children age 0 to 17 and their family who are experiencing a major family crisis, is also available.

Public Health

Vaccination and screening

Vaccines for COVID-19 and influenza are offered, free of charge, to Outremont clients at the CLSC Parc-Extension and Decarie Square mass vaccination sites. The flu vaccine is recommended even if you are vaccinated against COVID-19, particularly for people at high risk, or who are in close contact with high-risk individuals.

The COVID-19 vaccine is offered as a walk-in service.

The influenza vaccine is available by appointment at  ClicSanté.ca or by phone at 514-270-1536.

A COVID-19 screening centre is also available to eligible clients at the CLSC Parc-Extension.

Community development projects

The Public Health team provides community-organizing support for the Borough of Outremont to bring together local partners to collaborate on new neighbourhood projects.

More information on these community initiatives

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