Anne Sophie Marsolais
Dr. Marsolais is the president and founder of CEMTA Inc.
Dr. Marsolais is the president and founder of CEMTA Inc.
Dr. Marsolais is a member of the Collège des Médecins du Québec, the Communauté de Pratique Médicale en Dépendances, the Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine, the American Society of Addiction Medicine, the Fédération des Médecins Omnipraticiens du Québec and of the College of Family Physicians of Canada. She is certified in addiction medicine by the Canadian College of Family Physicians and the Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine.
Her medical training started at McGill University where she obtained her doctorate in medicine and her master's degree in surgery. She completed her specialization in family medicine at the Université of Montréal. She is certified in addiction medicine by the Canadian College of Family Physicians and the Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine.
The first four years of her career began in remote communities working in emergencies and in family medicine.
She continued to work in the emergency room, the intensive care unit and hospitalization unit in the Greater Montreal area for 13 years.
She started occupational medicine first in the public health sector in the Laurentides and Laval, and in 2003, she entered the workforce in Québec, where she gained medical experience and expertise in different fields such as:
She excels with clients due to her ability to simplify the most complex files and to conciliate the sometimes-conflicting views of stakeholders.
Her efficient interventions and her friendliness put her client’s mind at rest.
In the workplace, she develops medical follow-up procedures for employees struggling with physical and psychological health problems, including addictions to alcohol, drugs, and medication.
Dr. Marsolais is chiefly known through her work for her structured and sustainable interventions.
She is also a physician in addiction and family medicine.
She provides services to various legal bodies. She identifies the pressing medical issues to determine whether there are conclusive grounds or not. She has experience in appearing before the court.
She is also a speaker at national and international conferences regarding addiction in the workplace. In addition, she offers training workshops for clients in the public or private sector.
Dr. Hajjar graduated from the École Polytechnique in mechanical engineering in 1984, and from the Faculty of Medicine at the Université de Montréal in 1989. In 2004, she began her career as a medical consultant.
Dr. Hajjar graduated from the École Polytechnique in mechanical engineering in 1984, and from the Faculty of Medicine at the Université de Montréal in 1989. She was a resident in family medicine at the Hôpital Notre-Dame from 1989 to 1991.
She focused her practice primarily on the emergency department at the Hôtel-Dieu Hospital in St-Jérôme, in addition to follow-ups in outpatient general practice, particularly for CNESST and SAAQ files.
She has served on the quality evaluation committee of the medical act of the Hôtel-Dieu de St-Jérôme.
In 2004, she began her career as a medical consultant, where she developed an interest in issues involving mental health in the workplace and she participated in roundtables to discuss disability issues related to mental health.
Currently, she gives medical advice for complex disability records. She answers to requests for medical assessments from managers by evaluating medical files of workers with problems of performance, behaviour and/or attendance.
She is responsible for everything having to do with medical ethics in business and access to medical information by third parties.
She collaborates with other physicians in writing medical advice, recommendations and practice guidelines in the workplace.
Dr. Hajjar is called upon to participate in labour-management Table de concertation in the hopes of finding constructive solutions and avoiding litigation.
She is a member of the Collège des Médecins du Québec.
Dr. Lussier obtained a medical degree from the Université de Montréal and completed his residency as a general practitioner. He has experience and expertise in occupational medicine.
Dr. Lussier is a medical consultant in occupational medicine since 1984.
He is a member of the Collège des Médecins du Québec.
With a doctorate in medicine at the Université de Montréal, Dr. Lussier completed his residency as a general practitioner.
He began his career in business, where he was affiliated with many companies in following fields:
He is known for his clear, diligent and structured approach. His attention to detail makes him a reassuring and reliable partner.
He is available for medical assessments of pre-employment applicants and offers services to various legal bodies.
He knows how to identify important medical issues to determine whether there is good medical evidence.
He excels at communicating difficult medical concepts and as a result can explain the demands and the realities of the workplace to medical authorities.
Mr. Razakatiana holds a master’s degree in tropical medicine and a specialized graduate diploma in insurance medicine and medico-legal expertise. He has worked as a medico-legal expertise assistant in addiction for six years.
Hugues Razakatiana obtained his Doctor of Medicine from Antananarivo University in Madagascar. He holds a master’s degree in tropical medicine (infectious diseases) and international health from the Institut de la Francophonie pour la Médecine Tropicale de Vientiane in Laos. He also holds a specialized graduate diploma in insurance medicine and medico-legal expertise from the Université de Montréal.
Mr. Razakatiana has worked as a medico-legal expertise assistant in addiction for six years. He possesses a wealth of experience in file management specific to addiction, having worked in a variety of public- and private-sector settings.
He provides medical and administrative support to medical records staff in health care and human resources offices in order to facilitate case management, follow-up and the management of procedures specific to a safe and sustainable return to professional activities.
Mr. Razakatiana is structured and rigorous. He knows how to clarify approaches, requirements and the procedures required to deal with even the most complex addiction records. Dedicated and attentive, he is endowed with a great capacity for analyzing, synthesizing and communicating important information.
Régent-Yves holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the HEC Montréal. He is the founder of the accounting firm Martel Desjardins. He also served as treasurer of the board of directors at Collège André-Grasset for nine years and as president of the college for 16 years.
Régent-Yves has been a chartered accountant since 1980. He is a member of the Ordre des Comptables Agrées du Québec. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the HEC Montréal (Université de Montréal).
Régent-Yves has developed an innovative approach to accounting that focuses on people rather than numbers.
While offering traditional accounting services, Martel Desjardins Chartered Professional Accountants Inc. has also geared its expertise to meeting the needs of start-ups and to planning. This includes personal, divorce and estate planning, will drafting, financial education of children, marriage and money, financial needs among seniors, helping relations in connection with attitudes towards money, and the management of large fortunes.
Mr. Desjardins has built a firm that the Journal des Affaires has ranked among the 30 largest accounting firms in Quebec, which is home to more than 2,000 such firms.
Régent-Yves has taught at university, and he was also a member of the Ordre des comptables de Montréal’s mentorship program. He has also co-written articles about accounting and acted as a conference speaker.
His many professional contributions earned him the honorary title of associate member of the Association des Médecins Francophones du Canada in recognition of his accounting expertise dating back several years.
Régent-Yves Desjardins was the first corporate member of the Collège André-Grasset 1973 Inc. The college approached him for his skills as a CPA. With his designation, he was appointed treasurer, a position he held from 1990 to 1999, and he went on to serve as president of the college until 2015.
Collège André-Grasset has been among Quebec’s best-known colleges for the past 25 years. In addition to his role as director, Régent-Yves has held a seat on various committees at the college.
Régent-Yves Desjardins is model ship enthusiast. He has built replicas of the Cuttysark, the USS Constitution and the Soleil Royal.