Staff

The Montreal Children’s Hospital’s Craniofacial and Cleft Surgery team is dedicated to the treatment of children with craniofacial disorders (affecting bones of the skull and face). 

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

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 Neonatal Clinic provides developmental assessment and long term follow-up until school age of infants who require comprehensive, multidisciplinary coordination of care. These patients have potential developmental and medical sequelae associated with specific conditions that happened during the newborn period. 
A regional referral centre for the management of children with difficult problems related to hearing or other disorders of the ears. 

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).

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

The Pediatric Palliative Care Program provides care to patients in the hospital and, at home for patients needing end-of-life care.

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