In the footsteps of Maude Abbott
Meet Maude Elizabeth Seymour Abbott (1869-1940), one of Canada’s first female physicians. Walk in her footsteps through her home village, St. Andrews (now Saint-André-d’Argenteuil), Quebec and accompany her along her unique journey.
This exhibit pays tribute to an exceptional woman, a female doctor in a male-dominated world, an endearing woman who cared deeply about her family and her community. Through her commitment, Maude Abbott, known as the “beneficent tornado”, pushed the boundaries of medical knowledge and marked our history.Start reading the story