PReSIDENT and co-founder
(514) 284-444 Ext. 22
Co-founder of Archi-Médic, Yves has distinguished himself by his entrepreneurial side. He also founded and managed for 30 years Quintal & Associates, a human resources consulting firm specializing in life sciences. At the beginning of his career, he worked in the pharmaceutical industry in different specialties which allowed him to acquire an excellent vision of the medical world in general. He stands out for his work ethic, his professionalism and his desire to always serve his clients well. Yves has a background in science from McGill University.
VICE-PReSIDENT, General Director and co-founder
(514) 284-444 Ext. 23
Having co-founded Archi-Médic, François has touched all of the company's activities since its inception in 2008. He started his career as Director of Operations for large companies where he managed hundreds of employees. With a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Relations, received in 1993 from Laval University, François has always been very involved in good practices in human resource management. For him, it is important that members of the organization always have motivating challenges. He worked as a consultant in human resources at Quintal & Associés for 5 years alongside Yves Quintal before diving into the adventure of Archi-Médic.
Christiane Legault, M. Sc.
VICE-PReSIDENT Strategic development
(514) 284-444 Ext. 24
Over the last thirty years, Christiane has held various positions in the health field in both the private and public sectors. She has extensive experience in occupational health, prevention and health promotion as well as teaching. She has worked as a senior consultant at Aon Hewitt where she was responsible for developing, designing, implementing and managing health and wellness programs for corporate clients. Christiane has also held various positions in occupational health clinics (Medisys and Cyclone Santé) as well as in a pharmaceutical company in the sales, marketing and therapeutic training department. Clinical research coordinator at Notre-Dame Hospital, she has supervised several prevention studies in cardiac patients. She also has several years of teaching as a lecturer at the University of Montreal.