Departments and staff

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. 
The Neonatal Transport Team is composed of specially trained nurses and respiratory therapists working under the direction of our neonatologists.

The NICU at the Montreal Children’s Hospital provides ultraspecialized intensive care to both mothers and babies.  The unit has 52 beds, all single rooms with 4 twin rooms allowing neonates to receive care in a quiet environment that reduces the spread of infection, while ensuring families’ privacy.

Our department provides consultation and care for pediatric kidney disease.

The Division of Pediatric Neurology of the Montreal Children’s Hospital provides care for children with challenging and complex neurological conditions. Our Division has implemented a screening process for consultations and follow-up of children requiring neurological intervention. While we treat children with any complex neurological conditions, we do not offer consultation or treatment for the following categories of referrals: children with routine headache who have not received a course of migraine prophylaxis; behavioural disorders (i.e.

Our department provides treatment for pediatric and adolescent gynecological problems. Services include obstetrics and other pregnancy-related gynecological issues as well as operative gynecology.

The Montreal Children’s Hospital Occupational Therapy Department assesses and provides short-term intervention for children with special needs from infancy through adolescence. 

Our services include medical and surgical treatments of common and rare conditions. 

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