Maxence Parrot becomes spokesperson for the orthopaedic clinic redevelopment project
As part of the major project to redevelop the orthopaedic clinic, the BMP Hospital Foundation called on the Olympian and Bromont resident Maxence Parrot as spokesperson.
The Orthopaedic Clinic, which receives over 12,000 visits per year, is recognized as a reference centre for secondary traumas related to activities specific to our region, particularly skiing and cycling. In addition to providing more spacious space and better addressing accessibility issues, the clinic will be designed to improve patient privacy and comfort, and better address accessibility issues.
“I made a few visits to the Orthopaedic Clinic when I started snowboarding: knee, wrist, elbow… so it was with pleasure that I agreed to support the project. BMP is my Hospital, I was born there, and it is for me a way to thank and support the team of orthopaedists who do an exceptional job” explains Maxence Parrot.
Maxence Parrot accompanied by Dr Félix Munger, orthopaedic surgeon and Dr Étienne Leclerc, head of the orthopaedic department