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The Montreal Bellevue ophthalmology clinic was founded in 2002 by Dr. Paul Harasymowycz, a glaucoma specialist at Maisonneuve-Rosemont hospital. The Bellevue ophthalmology clinics offer a wide range of ophthalmic care. In addition to general ophthalmology services, doctors at our clinics monitor and treat glaucoma, retina, cornea, cataract surgery, chalazion removal and oculoplasty. Located in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve area of Montreal since 2005, the parent clinic is rapidly expanding, with a branch opening in Laval in 2010 and another in Longueuil in 2012. Two new clinics opened soon after 2021 in Drummondville and Vaudreuil-Dorion.
Dr. Paul Harasymowycz also founded the Montreal Glaucoma Institute in 2004 at the Montreal clinic. This organization, led by specialists in glaucoma, combines clinical care, teaching and research. The institute also hosts fellowship students, conducts research projects and provides specialized services for patients with glaucoma.
Today, there are more than 30 physicians and specialists, 100 employees at the three sites, which handle more than 80,000 appointments annually.
Offering quality and patient-centered ophthalmology care in a warm environment, with state-of-the-art technology.
Bringing ophthalmologists of various specialities and staff with a passion for health services together to create a dynamic and harmonious team that listens to their colleagues and patients.
Quality work worthy of a professional team.
Everything can be said if it is said with respect.
Self-esteem and esteem of others.
Together for the patient, together with the doctors.
Help patients and colleagues.
Treat patients and our colleagues as if they were members of our family.
Research is a high priority at the Bellevue clinics. Many of our physicians are involved and participate in different research projects on various eye diseases.
Quebec Glaucoma Foundation
The Quebec Glaucoma Foundation was created during spring of 2007. The foundation wants to make aware the Quebec public of this disease to encourage people at risk to be screened for early diagnosis.
Since June 2012, the Bellevue Ophtalmology Clinic is proudly accredited by Accreditation Canada.