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Organization: Hospital for Sick Children  
Phone Numbers: Switchboard: 416-813-1500
Patient Inquiry: 416-813-6621
Website: www.sickkids.ca
Address:
555 University Ave
Toronto, ON
M5G 1X8
Intersection: University Ave and Gerrard St W
Location: Toronto (Bay Street Corridor)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Daily 24 hours
Executives: Dr. Michael Apkon - President and Chief Executive Officer
Service Description: Pediatric acute care hospital
 
Adolescent Medicine - Clinic providing care to adolescents focused on their unique health-care needs * outpatient, inpatient and day treatment programs * developmentally appropriate, confidential care
 
Allergy Clinic - Clinic for the diagnosis and management of children with complex allergic diseases including:
 
Asthma Clinic - Provides various services for children with moderate to severe asthma
 
Dental Clinic - Pediatric dental care * pediatric oral and maxiollofacial surgery * prosthodontics * orthodontists * endodontics * dental trauma assessment and treatment
 
Diabetes Programs - Offers a range of services for the evaluation and treatment of children with diabetes mellitus * assist in the management of their diabetes through childhood and adolescence
 
Emergency Department - Hospital emergency department * entrance on Elizabeth St * ambulance entrance on Gerrard St W
 
International Patient Program - Provides care to out of country families seeking to arrange treatment for their child
 
Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect Program - Provides care, support and assesment to children and teenagers who may have been abused and their families * referral to other organizations and community agencies * a team of health-care professionals including paediatricians, nurse practitioners, psychologists and social workers
 
The Motherisk Program - Provides evidence based information about the safety of exposure to medications (prescription and over the counter), natural products, chemicals, infections, radiation, cigarettes and recreational drugs in pregnancy and breastfeeding * general telephone helpline * Alcohol and Substance Use telephone helpline * Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy telephone helpline

Fees: Most services are covered by OHIP
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Children and youth 17 years and younger
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Toronto  
See Also: Hospitals

This information was last completely updated on June 27, 2017

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