Departments and staff

The Chronic Pain Management Clinic at The Montreal Children’s Hospital helps patients and families dealing with physical, psychological, spiritual and social factors associated with complex medical conditions. 

 
Provides diagnostic services for patients up to 18 years of age. Consultation services cover the complete spectrum of pediatric pathology, including fetal and perinatal pathology, pediatric neuropathology, oncology, as well as medical specialties such as gastroenterology, pathology of the placenta, nephropathology, transplant pathology and dermatopathology.
 

The Pediatric Palliative Care Program provides care to patients in the hospital and, at home for patients needing end-of-life care.

The mission of The Montreal Children’s Hospital (MCH) Pediatric Consultation Centre (PCC) is to provide a consultative service to family physicians and MCH pediatricians who want opinions regarding a wide range of pediatric problems. These problems may include chronic headaches, developmental issues, language delays, recurrent abdominal pain, failure to thrive, gastroesophageal reflux, obesity, school and behavioural problems or any pediatric problem for which a physician wants a second opinion or more intensive investigation.

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The Montreal Children’s Hospital Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) offers state-of-the-art care within a patient-and family-centred philosophy for critically ill or injured newborns, children, and adolescents. This 18-bed unit is a major provincial, national and international referral centre and admits over 850 patients per year.

The Montreal Children’s Hospital Pediatric Feeding Program provides services to children with feeding disorders, whether or not the child already has a medical diagnosis. 

The Montreal Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Test Center provides walk-in diagnostic testing for children from 0 to 17 years of age inclusively. No appointments are needed except for sweat tests

The Montreal Children’s Hospital Pharmacy prepares and distributes medication used in the hospital and its clinics. 

The Physiotherapy department at the Montreal Children’s Hospital offers assessment and short-term intervention to children and adolescents from birth to 18 years of age. 

The Preoperative Assessment Clinic coordinates and facilitates the care of children and their families as they go through the surgical experience.

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