Departments and staff

Our mission is to provide services to children and their families from a perspective of excellence and leadership in mental health, and to promote a culture of excellence, innovation, and continuing education. 

The Department of Psychology is thoroughly integrated into every facet of care for chronically ill children and their families and committed to the highest standard of care. 

The division has an active ambulatory component, including the Cystic Fibrosis (CF) Clinic, Chest Clinic, Tuberculosis Prophylaxis Program, Neuromuscular Clinic, Apnea Clinic, Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Clinic, Infantile Respiratory Clinic and Home Ventilation Clinic.

We treat patients ranging from extremely premature infants to 18-year-olds. We offer surfactant therapy, cpap/bipap treatment, inhaled nitric oxide/heliox therapy, high-frequency jet and oscillatory ventilation, airway management, oxygen therapy and high-flow therapy.

Our division provides comprehensive services for children with rheumatic diseases. We see and evaluate children with musculoskeletal pain, fever of unknown origin or other inflammatory conditions.

Provides physical and psycho-social assessment of children and adolescents where there is a question of sexual abuse.

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Clinical social workers help families cope with the stress of hospitali

Sociocultural Consultation and Interpretation Services work throughout the Montreal Children’s Hospital. Language and cultural interpretations are conducted in all clinics, wards and Emergency both face to face and by telephone.  

The Montreal Children's Hospital Speech Pathology Department offers a wide array of services for children and adolescents who have speech and language problems. 

The Montreal Children’s Hospital Spina Bifida Service brings together specialists from several services at the hospital to provide care to children who have shunts (a tube which drains fluid from around the brain), as well as children with varying degrees of motor and sensory deficits, and children with neurogenic bladder and bowel (a condition which affects the spinal cord nerves that control bladder and bowel function).

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