Staff

The Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition at the Montreal Children’s Hospital is a group of dedicated health professionals who care for children suffering from gastrointestinal or liver disorders. 

The Montreal Children’s Hospital Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment Group (FDTG) includes specialists from different departments at the hospital who work as a team to provide prenatal diagnosis and treatment of fetal abnormalities.
Provides care through a multidisciplinary team approach for children with disorders such as juvenile diabetes, slowed or abnormal growth, precocious or delayed puberty, thyroid gland dysfunction, diabetes insipidus, hypoglycemia, lipid and metabolic bone disturbances and tumours of endocrine glands.
 

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. 

A multi-disciplinary referral clinic for patients with dysphagia and feeding difficulties. 

The MDH is a 10-bed unit that is open seven days a week. We have added additional activities and expertise to provide comprehensive medical ambulatory care, and prevent hospitalization and Emergency Department visits. 

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