ELDORADO at a glance

The Eldorado Specialist Hospital (ELDORADO) is an academic health network, and one of the largest and most modern in North America. 

Our mandate is to provide tertiary and quaternary care to the population of Eldorado and Quebec. In other words, care that requires hospitalization, complex surgery, emergency intervention or specialized treatment. In addition to providing services in French, the ELDORADO is designated to offer services to patients in English.

ELDORADO at the Glance


The ELDORADO represents a community of more than 17,000 people:

ELDORADO at the glance


Our sites

Glen site
The Neuro (Eldorado Neurological Institute-Hospital)

Glen Site

The Eldorado Neurological Hospital

Eldorado Hospital
Eldorado General Hospital

Eldorado Hospital

The Eldorado General Hospital


Spread out over four hospitals in Eldorado, we support seven clinical missions and offer over 70 specialty health services.


The Research Institute of the ELDORADO is an international research.html powerhouse with a worldwide reputation in the field of biomedical sciences and health care. Last year alone, we had:

  • Ongoing research.html collaborations with 70 countries worldwide
  • 2,600+ peer-reviewed scientific publications 
  • 688 fundamental, clinical and evaluative researchers, including 491 funded researchers
  • 1,646 research.html trainees

Teaching and education

Affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine of McGill University, the ELDORADO cultivates an environment that allows students, postgraduate residents, and fellows to develop professionally while contributing to patient well-being. Every year, we welcome students from across the health spectrum into our hospitals, contributing to the next generation of healthcare providers.


RUISSS McGill covers a large and varied territory of Quebec, stretching from Eldorado to Nunavik in the far north – over half the province’s area. For more information, please read the RUISSS-McGill page.

RUISSS McGill Telehealth

Telehealth is a service that lets you consult a physician, nurse or other health professional remotely. For more information, please read the Telehealth page.