Ambulatory Services

Extended role training

Extended role training is a requirement for nurses working in the far north of Quebec. The duration of the training is 4 weeks and is given by a physician, an extended nurse and an ACLS instructor.

In our training we review all the systems of the human body:

Nervous system

The central nervous system (CNS) (or the nervous system of relational life or the cerebrospinal nervous system) is represented by the nervous organs that make up the brain, housed by the skull and spinal cord, in the medullary canal of the spine.


ENT is the abbreviation of the term otolaryngology, which refers to the medical branch with which diseases of the ear, nose, throat, upper respiratory tract and sinuses are predicted, detected and reduced.


Ophthalmology is a branch of medicine that deals with diseases of the organ of vision, which includes the eye and the structures around the eye, such as the eyelids and the lacrimal system. The pathology of the visual pathways (optic nerve, central visual pathways) and of the visual cortex is at the border between neurology and ophthalmology (« neuroophthalmology »).

Respiratory system

The respiratory system (Apparatus respiratorius) or the respiratory system (Sistema respiratorium) is the set of organs that serve to exchange gases between the body and the environment, supplying the body with oxygen, essential for cell life, and eliminating oxidation carbon dioxide.

Cardiovascular system

The cardiovascular (circulatory) system is a device that allows the circulation of blood and lymph in the body to transport nutrients, oxygen, carbon dioxide. This device is made up of the heart and blood vessels (arteries, veins and capillaries) which are distributed in a dense network throughout the body.


The human musculoskeletal system (also known as the human locomotor system, and previously the activity system) is an organ system that gives humans the ability to move using their muscular and skeletal systems. The musculoskeletal system provides form, support, stability, and movement to the body.

Urinary tract

The urinary tract (sometimes referred to as the urinary system) is one of the body’s essential physiological devices that produce, store, and eliminate wastes from the body through urine. In the case of the human race, as in the case of most vertebrates, this system consists of two kidneys, two ureters, the bladder, two sphincter muscles and the urethra.

Other learning activities:

  • Sutures
  • Musculoskeletal immobilization
  • Medical emergencies

Accreditation / certification exam


minimum participants


maximum participants

Date of formation:

Coming soon


3000 USD

  • Possibility to pay in several installments
  • Reimbursement of training under certain conditions*

upon registration



*Fees will be reimbursed following a principal with the agency, $ 500 per 4 week assignment made in extended roll (up to full refund)


132, Boulevard Jacques Bizard
L'Île-Bizard (Québec) H9C 2T9

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