Departments and staff

The department of Dentsitry provides a full range of dental services to children and adolescents who have complicated dental problems and/or medical problems requiring hospital-based dental treatments. All specialties are represented which allows for complete oral rehabilitations, at chair side or under general anesthesia.. The department provides comprehensive treatment for traumatic injuries, early childhood caries, cleft lips and palate,  maxillo/cranio­facial deformities and other genetic malformations that demand a multidisciplinary approach unique to the department.

The Dermatology Department at the Montreal Children’s Hospital evaluates and manages a wide range of dermatological conditions. We encourage referring physicians to consult our referral form and fax the request to 514-412-4288 (Appointment Center). 

An insulin pump is a medical device used by people with diabetes as an alternative to multiple daily injections of insulin with a syringe or pen. 

A multi-disciplinary referral clinic for patients with dysphagia and feeding difficulties. 

The Emergency Department at the Montreal Children’s Hospital (MCH) is made up of highly trained and experienced staff who treat children and their families during medical emergencies. The Emergency is open 24/7, 365 days a year.

We see 82,000 patients a year in Emergency which averages to one patient every seven minutes. Of this number, more than 15,000 patients are seen in our Trauma Centre. Our ability to promptly respond and care for these children comes from our strong commitment to clinical excellence, education and research.

Provides care through a multidisciplinary team approach for children with disorders such as juvenile diabetes, slowed or abnormal growth, precocious or delayed puberty, thyroid gland dysfunction, diabetes insipidus, hypoglycemia, lipid and metabolic bone disturbances and tumours of endocrine glands.
 

Our service provides high-quality, evidence-based care from evaluation to investigation and medical and surgical treatments. 

Provides EA/TEF patients and their families a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary expertise to optimize the care and prevent the morbidity associated with complications that may develop during follow-up. 

The Montreal Children’s Hospital’s Clinical Ethics Service provides support to patients, families and healthcare teams who face challenging situations or difficult choices. 

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