Born in Montreal on October 26, 1903, Aimé Leduc obtained his medical license in 1931 and set up his office on Larocque street in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield. Around that same period, he married Rose Roy.
Dr. Leduc and his family moved to Salaberry-de-Valleyfield a few years later to reside at 79, Sainte-Cécile street. He also moved his private office at his home and in 1937 founded the Caisse populaire Sainte-Cécile in his family lounge.
He multiplied consultations at his private office and increased patient visits at the Centre d’accueil Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, at the Haut-Saint-Laurent centres and then at the Hôtel-Dieu in Valleyfield, where he practiced general medicine from 1940 until the mid-1980’s.
Following the death of his wife, Dr. Leduc remarried in 1965 with Mme Thérèse Babin.
He died on December 4, 1990 at the age of 87.
The mission of Dr-Aimé-Leduc’ Foundation is to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life and well-being of people staying in our establishment.
This mission targets 4 groups: the long-term care clientele, the clientele with cognitive and behavioural impairments, the clientele of the palliative care unit and the clientele of the intensive functional rehabilitation unit.
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