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HOTEL-DIEU Hospital, Quebec City, QC 
 
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HOTEL-DIEU Hospital, Quebec City, QC 
 
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Fort Michilimakinac, St. Ignace, Michigan, USA 
 
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Hopital St-François d'Assise , Canada 
 
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Montreal General Hospital, Dorchester Street, Montreal, QC, 1913
 
 
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Hôpital Hôtel-Dieu
Montréal, Québec
Canada

 
 
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Hôpital-Hôtel-Dieu-de-Lévis 
 
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Hôtel-Dieu, Québec
This Hôtel-Dieu was founded by the duchesse d'Aiguillon and entrusted to an order of nursing sisters, the Hospitalières of Dieppe (courtesy Library and Archives Canada).
 
 
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Construction of Hotel Dieu Hospital began in the outskirts of Windsor (Ouellette and Erie) on October 10, 1888 and the official blessing took place on Sunday, October 15, 1889; it opened in February, 1890. The building was of Norman style architecture with three turrets and the total cost was approximately $40,000. The three-story brick building had a capacity of 100 beds. It was demolished in 1963 when the new hospital was built.

 
 
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Hotel Dieu Hospital - 1921 
 
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The Hôtel-Dieu, one of the countries most renowned hospital facilities in terms of the quality of health care, is also the oldest hospital north of Mexico. So it came about that on the first of August, 1639, the three nursing sisters from Dieppe — mother superior Marie Guenet de St-Ignace, and nuns Anne Le Cointre de St-Bernard and Marie Forestier de St-Bonaventure disembarked for Quebec and started work on establishing the first hospital in the Americas north of Mexico. For more than three hundred years, the Order of Augustinian Sisters tirelessly dispensed health care and spiritual guidance to generations of sick people who came to this hospital. The Hôtel-Dieu has been located on its present site since 1644. From the start it had a missionary purpose and dispensed spiritual as well as bodily care to the sick. In those days its patients were accommodated in two wards holding about forty beds each. In spite of a difficult environment and very modest resources, the Hôtel-Dieu was far from being an antechamber of death: nine out of ten patients emerged cured or at least in remission.
 
 
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Hôpital De La Cité-De-La-Santé

1755 boulevard René-Laennec, Laval, QC H7M 3L9, Canada‎ 
 
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Montréal (Hôpital Ste-Justine), QC, Canada-1910 
 
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Montréal (Hôpital Ste-Justine), QC, Canada-1912 
 
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Montréal (Hôpital Ste-Justine), QC, Canada-1913 
 
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Hôpital Saint-François d’Assise

10, rue de l’Espinay
Québec (Québec) G1L 3L5

 
 
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Hopital de l'Enfant-Jesus
1401 18e Rue, Quebec, QC, G1J 1Z4
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Québec (Hôpital Laval), QC
Québec (Hôpital Laval), QC
 
 


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