The countdown is on! We’re excited to welcome our first patient at our new hospital in exactly: More Nine ways to get to our new hospital at the Glen site More The Montreal Children’s Hospital at the Glen site: Where kids come first More Do you have a referral for a specialist? Request an appointment online More Sign up for our newsletter today! More Plan your wait with a text update New text message-based app lets parents know about MCH Emergency wait times More Pediatric Test Centre Request an appointment online More Conditions and illnesses The very real risks of avoiding vaccinations Q: My son’s best friend is going to have a stem cell transplant in the next few weeks. What exactly are stem cells and why do some people need a transplant? True or false: A bone marrow donor must be a family member of the person who needs the transplant. True or False: A baby’s brain grows to three-quarters of its adult size by the age of two. Q: My son seems to be suffering from more and more headaches lately. How can you tell the difference between a headache and a migraine, and when should you see a doctor? Request an appointment with aspecialist Request an apppointment for ablood test Got a medical Question ? - Choose - Fever Behaviour Asthma Allergies Cold & flu Getting to the Children’s 1001 Décarie Blvd. Montreal, QC H4C 3J1Other maps and information > Your hospital visit Schedule a blood testInpatientsDay or ambulatory surgeryGoing homeVisiting a patientMore information about hospital visits > News and events The Montreal Children’s Hospital successfully moved to new home May 24, 2015 Congratulations to our 2015 Awards of Excellence winners May 20, 2015 Thinking outside the box: Surgical inpatient unit organizes scavenger hunt to help orient staff at the Glen May 12, 2015 Read more news > Health news on Twitter Stay tuned to learn about hospital news, safety information and the latest pediatric health research. Twitter Follow Join the conversation on Facebook A glimpse into the hope that thrives at The Children's. Follow our patients' stories on Youtube Watch how small victories are won at The Children's every day. www.youtube.com/thechildrens Follow our ‘grams We promise, no selfies!