Our Child Protection Program works with the hospital’s Department of Social Services and the Division of Adolescent Medicine/Gynecology to provide services to children and adolescents.
The Pediatric Urology team sees children with a variety of congenital (inherited) or acquired (developed after birth) genitourinary conditions.
Our department provides diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of acute or chronic poisonings whether accidental, suicidal, or environmental.
The Physiotherapy department at the Montreal Children’s Hospital offers assessment and short-term intervention to children and adolescents from birth to 18 years of age.
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.
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.