Provides EA/TEF patients and their families a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary expertise to optimize the care and prevent the morbidity associated with complications that may develop during follow-up. 

Day surgery or ambulatory surgery means that your child will be safely discharged from the hospital and allowed to go home on the same day that they have a surgical or interventional procedure under general anesthesia. For some patients, day surgery is the point of entry to the hospital, even if the child is admitted to the hospital only after the procedure.

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.
A multi-disciplinary referral clinic for patients with dysphagia and feeding difficulties. 
A regional referral centre for the management of children with difficult problems related to hearing or other disorders of the ears. 

Our service provides high-quality, evidence-based care from evaluation to investigation and medical and surgical treatments. 

Our obstetrics and gynecology program provides treatment services for gynecological conditions in children and adolescents, including pregnancy-related obstetrical and gynecological problems, as well as gynecological surgical procedures. Our interdisciplinary team also provides regular specialized and personalized follow-up for pregnant teens. Among these services, our team can offer counseling related to teen pregnancy as well as prenatal follow-ups.

The Montreal Children’s Hospital is a tertiary/quaternary care centre that is also dedicated to providing consultant level pediatric care to the children of Montreal and the surrounding regions. We work in collaboration with a large network of pediatricians on and off the island to ensure that all kids who need to see a pediatrician, can see a pediatrician. Not all kids need to be seen at The Children’s, so depending on a child’s needs we ensure that they are seen at the right place.

The Division of Pediatric Rheumatology of the Montreal Children’s Hospital was started by Dr. Hannah Strawczynski in the 1970s. Over the years, the division expanded under the direction of Dr. Julie Paquin and Dr. Ciaran Duffy. The division focuses on clinical care, teaching of undergraduate and postgraduate students, and clinical research. Currently, Dr. Claire LeBlanc is the director of the Division of Pediatric Rheumatology.