Supporting paediatric home and community care. Improving transitions from hospital to home.
Improving health care access to coordinated, consistent high-quality care for children and their families
Health-care providers can refer a patient to SickKids using our new system, EpicCare Link.
Find delicious meals, gifts and specialty items at our restaurants and stores.
Rehab, child development, and physician services at SickKids’ clinic in York Region
Expert poison advice 24 hours a day. Supporting all of Ontario.
Update on Matters Related to Dr. Koren’s Research: Read more about the action SickKids is taking
H. pylori is high on the WHO's list of antibiotic-resistant bacteria that pose the greatest threats to human health. This research has shown that harnessing the cell’s own ability to eliminate bacteria inside of stomach cells could be a potential new treatment for H. pylori infection.
The health-care system can be a complicated space for families to navigate, especially for families of children who depend on the use of medical technologies. Connected Care supports the care children are receiving and strengthens paediatric expertise among community and home-care providers.
Children in lower-income areas are at a higher risk of being injured by motor vehicles than those living in higher-income neighbourhoods in Ontario, according to a new study from SickKids, York University and ICES.
Cell Biology Seminar Series
Friday, May 31, 2019
In celebration of both Nursing Week and Children’s Mental Health Week, meet Alysha and Chris, two of our cross-trained nurses, as they share their perspectives on bridging medical health care and mental health care.
It’s Purple Day – Kiren Gill, Sr. Communications Specialist at SickKids provides a perspective on what it was like to be diagnosed with Epilepsy as a teen.
A Perspective from Dr. Laurence Gauquelin, paediatric neurologist and the first clinical fellow in Advanced Genomics in Paediatric Rare Disease in the Centre for Genetic Medicine at SickKids.