The clinical, diagnostic, and family services offered to children and their families include:
CARE program - offers birth control and abortion support and counselling for women experiencing an unintended or unwanted pregnancy.
Family Support & Resouce Centre - health care resources available for patients and families
Grief & Loss - resources for children, teens and adults dealing with grief and loss
Laboratory services - focuses on diagnosing pediatric and maternal microbial infections.
Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory - provides DNA testing for a variety of genetic conditions and diseases. The scope of DNA testing includes diagnostic and prenatal testing, as well as predictive testing for adult-onset conditions.
Nutrition services - Focuses on optimizing nutrition for pregnant women and newborns. Nutrition consultation is provided in both the inpatient and outpatient settings.
Pharmacy - provides a full range of inpatient and ambulatory (outpatient) pharmacy services to all acute care inpatient pediatric, rehabilitation pediatric and obstetrical programs, and to pediatric and women’s clinics.
Physiotherapy - provides obstetrical physiotherapy care to antepartum and peripartum women.
Psychology - provide short term therapy to women and their partners going through a difficult pregnancy or postpartum period.
Radiology - provides a complete range of primary and tertiary diagnostic imaging, and image-guided diagnostic and therapeutic services to children and women from around the province.
Respiratory Therapy - provides patients with respiratory and cardio-respiratory care, including patient assessment/diagnosis and therapeutic treatment for those who are suffering from respiratory complications as a result of disease.
Social Work - assists patients and families with the social and emotional impacts of an identified medical condition, perinatal care or disability.
Spiritual Care - works closely with the health care team to ensure spiritual care needs are addressed.
Telehealth - the use of communications and information technology to deliver health and health care services, information and education where participants are separated.
Last updated Nov 14, 2011