Staff

The Department of Psychology is thoroughly integrated into every facet of care for chronically ill children and their families and committed to the highest standard of care. 

We provide inpatient consultative services for an entire range of infectious disease issues including respiratory infections, bone/joint and soft tissue infections, congenital infections, central nervous system infections, and infections associated with immunodeficiencies. 

Patients are at the heart of our mission. The Pediatric General Surgery team, made up of surgeons, nurses and other staff members, understands that surgery can be stressful for a child and the family. We respect every patient’s needs and work together to ensure the child’s well-being.

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. 

The Acute Pain Service (APS) follows hospitalized children for acute pain episodes related to an injury, an operation and/or pain from an illness. 

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.

Our team treats patients with a variety of conditions including tumours, congenital neurosurgical problems, epilepsy, spasticity, craniofacial and any neurological problems which may or may not have a surgical component.

The mission of The Montreal Children’s Hospital (MCH) Pediatric Consultation Centre (PCC) is to provide a consultative service to family physicians and MCH pediatricians who want opinions regarding a wide range of pediatric problems. These problems may include chronic headaches, developmental issues, language delays, recurrent abdominal pain, failure to thrive, gastroesophageal reflux, obesity, school and behavioural problems or any pediatric problem for which a physician wants a second opinion or more intensive investigation.

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).

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