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Jacques Nadeau

Jacques É. Nadeau, MD

Specialties
  • Family Medicine
Languages Spoken:
  • English
  • French

Jacques Nadeau, M.D., grew up with an education focused on caring for others, along with motivating role models in healthcare. Inspired by them, he obtained his medical degree, followed by post-graduate studies in general surgery, clinical research and orthopedic surgery with exposure to Shriners Children's Canada.

His commitment to emergency medicine in a large, community hospital as a department head, as well as experience in medical administration at various hospital and health care systems, provided him with the exceptional opportunity to renew with Shriners Children's. His plans were to provide post operative care for children and then, he became director of professional services. Later in his career, he gained experience as a hospitalist in a university affiliated rehabilitation medicine institute as well as an administrator in a health care governmental regional division.

The Shriners Children's focus on excellence in individualised, compassionate and comprehensive care for children has been the cornerstone of Dr. Nadeau's personal ongoing commitment to the organization.

His vision for Shriners Children's Canada is to be a national center of excellence for orthopedic care of pediatric musculoskeletal and related conditions in clinical, teaching and research fields.

He is committed to a consensual, multidisciplinary approach based on competence, innovation and focus on the children he serves.

Pediatric Care

Specialties and Areas of Care

  • Family Medicine

More About Me

Board Certifications
  • Collège des médecins du Québec, Family Medicine, Family Medicine - General
Education and Training

Medical Education
Laval University
Canada
1/1/1968

Internship
Royal Victoria Hospital
Montreal
Canada
7/1/1969

Residency
Royal Victoria Hospital
Montreal
Canada
7/1/1974

Residency
Royal Victoria Hospital
Montreal
Canada
7/1/1976

Fellowship
Toronto General Hospital
Toronto
Canada
7/1/1977

Academic Positions and Locations

Université de Montréal
Clinical Instructor

Leadership and Memberships
  • 2004-Present: Director of Professional Services, Shriners Children's Canada
  • 2004-2008: Assistant Director of Medical and University Affairs, Montreal Regional Agency of the Health and Social Services Division of the Quebec Government
  • 2004-Present: Hospitalist, Montreal Gingras Lindsay Rehabilitation Institute