The Montreal Children’s Hospital established one of the first Child Life Departments in North America in 1936.
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.
The Montreal Children’s Hospital Child Development Program offers whole patient- and family-centred care within the context of development and behaviour. Child development is a discipline that looks at the emergence of skills and the acquisition of abilities, such as milestones and language and motor development, from the time of infancy into preschool years and beyond.
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 MCH Outreach program works at promoting the creation of a seamless, comprehensive network of integrated care by supporting current and new partnerships between care providers.
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.
Day surgery or ambulatory surgery means that your child will be safely discharged from the hospital and allowed to go home on the same day that they have a surgical or interventional procedure under general anesthesia. For some patients, day surgery is the point of entry to the hospital, even if the child is admitted to the hospital only after the procedure.