We have moved to the Medic Elle clinic at 1980 Sherbrooke W, 5th floor.
(2 streets west of Guy/Côte-des-Neiges)
Unchanged numbers: 514-731-6000 / fax 514-731-2476, answered by Medic Elle
Parking on Sherbrooke and parking lot of Collège de Montreal
(north side of Sherbrooke further west)

+1 514 731 6000
1980 rue Sherbrooke O, suite 500
Montréal, Qc. H3H 1E8

private clinic  

To a warm and pleasant environment.
We offer
Prompt and personalized care,
with diligent follow-up.
At our clinic
Avoidance of unnecessary tests and treatments .
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The electrocardiogram (also known as an ECG or EKG) is an electrical recording of your heart that is performed at rest and is an integral part of a cardiovascular examination. This test permits an analysis of your heart rhythm at rest and provides other information, for example whether there is abnormal thickening of the heart muscle (hypertrophy) or whether there is evidence of a previous heart attack (myocardial infarction).

An ECG stress test (also known as an exercise test) is supervised by the cardiologist who is beside the patient. This test is performed on a treadmill and permits an evaluation of the patient’s physical capacity with continuous ECG monitoring and measurements of blood pressure during exercise. This test informs about the patient’s cardiovascular adaptation to exercise. It screens for arrhythmias and especially the presence of significant narrowing (or blockage) of the heart’s arteries (coronary arteries) which may not be previously known.

We can perform 24h ambulatory monitoring of your blood pressure so that our cardiologist can rapidly optimize clinical management.

In the presence of palpitations (sensation of irregular heartbeat or arrhythmia), it is possible to identify exactly what is going on with a heart rhythm monitor that can easily be worn for a week. When palpitations are felt, the patient simply pushes a button that records the heart rhythm and permits a precise diagnosis.

Medical Checkup

If you are looking for a general checkup or more specifically a cardiac (cardiovascular) checkup,
we offer a visit and clinical exam with our cardiologist and any tests adapted to your particular needs that may include,
in addition to a resting electrocardiogram and blood tests, an exercise test and if indicated,
ambulatory blood pressure and/or arrhythmia monitoring.

Our cardiologist / Dr Bogaty

  • Obtained his degree in medicine from Liège University (Belgium). He trained in Internal Medicine at Laval University (Quebec City). He trained in Cardiology at both the University of Montreal and Laval University. He then did fellowship training in coronary artery disease at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School (Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK) with professor Attilio Maseri.
  • Is a specialist in Cardiology and Internal Medicine recognized by the Quebec College of Physicians, the Quebec Federation of Medical Specialists, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and the American Boards of Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Medicine.
  • Doctor Bogaty is a professor at the Faculty of Medicine of Laval University. He was chief of cardiology at the Quebec Heart Institute (Laval Hospital) from 1999 to 2003. He is scientific advisor of the Cardiology Unit at INESSS, the Quebec healthcare evaluation agency.
  • In addition to his clinical and hospital experience, Doctor Bogaty is active in cardiology research. He has published extensively in top journals in medicine and cardiology.

  • Cardiovascular screening

    For a cardiovascular evaluation.

    If you have any symptoms of pain or discomfort in the chest or palpitations or unusual shortness of breath.
    If you are concerned about cholesterol, hypertension or diabetes.

    If you have a family history of heart disease.

    If you are anxious about doing exercise.
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