Staff

The Division of Plastic Surgery at the Montreal Children’s Hospital brings together a team of seven surgeons who are specialized in treating conditions that affect a child’s face and skull (craniomaxillofacial deformities), neck, thorax, hands, and skin. 

The Montreal Children’s Hospital Division of Adolescent Medicine/Gynecology is made up of a group of specialists who care for complex health issues in adolescents. The department also treats children and teens with eating disorders, severe obesity, and other chronic diseases.

The Pediatric Urology team sees children with a variety of congenital (inherited) or acquired (developed after birth) genitourinary conditions. 

The Montreal Children’s Hospital’s Pediatric Test Center for children from 0 to 17 years of age inclusively. It is a walk-in clinic. No appointments are needed except for sweat tests

The Division of Allergy and Clinical Immunology at the MCH is the largest pediatric allergy practice in Canada.
 

Drs. Manon Allard, Catherine Millar, Catherine Henin, Anne-Marie Sbrocchi and Hema Patel.

Our Administrative professionals: Natalie Ross, Karen Wightman, Daphnay Mondelus,  Nancy Di iorio, and Rosanna Barrafato. 

Our Allied Health professionals: Anna Lachance, Judith Le Gallais, Chantal Champoux,  Vanessa Blagrave, and Marion Hahn.

Nathalie Aubin, Assistant Head Nurse, Nadia Eldaoud, Clinical Manager and Isabelle St-Sauveur, Clinical Nurse Specialist. 

Nursing team, top row: Annabelle Giroux, Annie Chaput, Sylvie Canizares, Isabelle St-Sauveur, and Eloisa Binder. Bottom row: Tania Lafleche, Nadia Eldaoud, Geraldine Schaack, Catherine Sabourin, Clelia Coccia, and Nathalie Aubin.

The Complex Care Service at the Montreal Children’s Hospital helps many patients and families who are dealing with a variety of complex medical conditions that require short-, medium- or long term care coordination. 

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. 
 

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 mission is to take care of children up to age 18 who have any orthopedic injury or condition.

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