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Outpatient Clinics, Diagnostics, Services & Treatment Areas

*clinic letter & level indicated after clinic name


Adolescent (Teen) Medicine Clinic (Y, Level 1)

In this clinic, comprehensive care for teenagers is provided.

  • 204-787-2664
  • Walk-ins accepted Tuesday and Thursday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Allergy & Asthma Clinic (X, Level 1)

In the this clinic, care is provided for children with allergy and asthma related issues.

Audiology & Speech Language Pathology (Level 2)

In this clinic, care providers work with children and adolescents who have speech, language, hearing or related disorders.


Bleeding Disorders (W, Level 1)

In this clinic, care providers treat children who have hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.


Cardiology Clinic (Level 4, JM4)

In this clinic, care providers treat infants, children and adolescents with heart disease.

  • 204-787-2410
  • Blue Dr. Goodbear Zone, Level 4, JM-476, 820 Sherbrook Street

Children’s CT (Level 1)

CT stands for “computed tomography”, which is an advanced x-ray used to diagnose medical conditions.

Cleft Palate / Craniofacial Clinic (X, Level 1)

In this clinic, care is provided for children with cleft lip, palate & craniofacial differences.

Consult Clinic (W, Level 1)

In this clinic, care providers treat children with enuresis (problems with voiding and bed wetting) and encopresis (constipation).


Day Surgery (Level 4)

In this clinic, care providers prepare children coming in for any type of surgical procedure.  Following the surgery, any children being treated on an outpatient basis (i.e. they can go home the same day) return to this unit for post-op recovery.

Dental Clinic

In this clinic, dental care for children is provided.

Diagnostic Imaging – MRI (Level 1)

In this clinic, care providers perform diagnostic magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) on various parts of the body.

Diagnostic Imaging – Ultrasound (Level 2)

In this clinic, care providers perform diagnostic ultrasound scans on various parts of the body.

Diagnostic Imaging – X-ray (Level 1)

In this clinic, care providers perform diagnostic X-rays on various parts of the body.


Ear, Nose & Throat (Otolaryngology) Clinic (Level 2)

In this clinic, care providers treat children with diseases / disorders of the ear, nose and throat.

Endocrine & Diabetes Clinics (Pediatric)

  • Community Services Building, 685 William Avenue, Room FE307
  • Pediatric Endocrine Clinic:
    • 204-787-7435
    • Pediatric Endocrine Clinic provides specialized evidence based care, education, support, advocacy, and research for children with known or suspected endocrine disorders.
  • Diabetes Education Resource for Children and Adolescents (DER-CA) – Pediatric Diabetes Clinic:
    • 204-787-3011
    • DER-CA provides specialized evidence based care, education, support, advocacy, and research for children living with diabetes.

Eye Clinic (Ophthalmology) (Level 2)

In this clinic, care providers test, diagnose and treat children with vision problems.


Gastroenterology Clinic (X, Level 1)

In this clinic, care providers treat gastrointestinal-related illnesses.

General Pediatrics (W, Level 1)

In this clinic, general pediatric care is provided to children and teens.

Genetics Clinic (X, Level 1)

In this clinic, care providers diagnose and treat genetic disorders in children.

Gynecology Clinic (Y, Level 1)

In this clinic, care provided for girls concerning female reproductive system & health.


Infectious Diseases Clinic (W, Level 1)

In this clinic, care providers treat children with infectious diseases.


Lipid Clinic (Y, Level 1)


Metabolic Clinic (W, Level 1)

In this clinic, care providers treat children with metabolic disorders.


Nephrology (Kidney) Clinic (Y, Level 1)

In this clinic, care is provided for children with kidney disease.

Neurology Clinic (Y, Level 1)

In this clinic, care providers treat children with seizures and other neurological disorders.


Orthopedics (Cast) Clinic (Z, Level 1)

Care for children with bone disorders, fractures and scoliosis.

Orthotics Services

In this area, Certified Orthotists create spinal, limb, and foot supports known as orthoses.


Pediatric Day Unit (Level 2)

In this clinic, children are seen for a variety of specialized tests and treatments.

Pediatric Hemodialysis Unit (Level 3)

On this unit, healthcare workers provide hemodialysis for children with kidney problems.

Plastic Surgery Clinic (X, Level 1)

In this clinic, care providers treat children with plastic surgery needs.

Pre-Admission (Pre-Operation) Clinic (Level 1)

Children who are coming in for day surgery are brought to the Pre-Admit clinic first, prior to surgery.


Respirology Clinic (Level 5)

In this clinic, care providers treat children with lung conditions, including cystic fibrosis.

Rheumatology Clinic (Y, Level 1)

In this clinic, care providers treat children with arthritis and other joint disorders.


Surgery Clinic (W & Y, Level 1)

In this clinic, children are seen by surgical teams.


Thompson Children’s Allergy & Asthma Centre

At this centre, staff provide community resources and education for children with allergies and asthma.


Urology Clinic (X, Level 1)

In this clinic, care is provided for children with issues related to the urinary system.

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