Departments and staff

The Montreal Children’s Hospital Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Group (FDTG) includes specialists from different departments at the hospital who work as a team to provide prenatal diagnosis and treatment of fetal abnormalities.

The Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition at the Montreal Children’s Hospital is a group of dedicated health professionals who care for children suffering from gastrointestinal or liver disorders. 

The Montreal Children’s Hospital Hematology-Oncology Day Treatment Centre provides comprehensive family-centered care to children and adolescents with cancer or benign hematologic diseases. 
 
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We provide inpatient consultative services for an entire range of infectious disease issues including respiratory infections, bone/joint and soft tissue infections, congenital infections, central nervous system infections, and infections associated with immunodeficiencies. 

The MDH is a 10-bed unit that is open seven days a week. We have added additional activities and expertise to provide comprehensive medical ambulatory care, and prevent hospitalization and Emergency Department visits. 

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Medical Genetics services are provided by a multidisciplinary team comprised of geneticists, genetic counselors, pediatricians, dieticians, nurses, molecular geneticists, and cytogeneticists. The goal is to diagnose, treat and prevent congenital and hereditary disorders. 

Our department provides regular x-ray, fluoroscopy, CT Scanning, magnetic resonance, angiography, interventional procedures, ultrasound and nuclear medicine examinations by appointment and for emergency cases. The emergency x-ray room is open 24 hours a day to serve the Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit.
Provides diagnostic services in the areas of bacteriology, serology, parasitology, mycology, mycobacteriology, and virology (including rapid viral diagnosis, complex viral isolation, and molecular diagnostic techniques). 

The clinic sees children who are refugees, immigrants or have been adopted internationally, who have come to Canada within the past 12 to 18 months. 

The Neonatal Clinic provides developmental assessment and long term follow-up until school age of infants who require comprehensive, multidisciplinary coordination of care. These patients have potential developmental and medical sequelae associated with specific conditions that happened during the newborn period. 

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