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How to Refer

For Canadian Patients:

If you want to have a consult with the NAIT team to discuss clinical trial options for your child, please discuss with your primary oncologist/team.

Only referrals from your child’s treating oncologist will be accepted for review.

Once our team has reviewed the referral information, we will be in contact with you and your health care team to request additional information and/or to set up an initial face to face meeting or telemedicine conference meeting for a consultation.   

For International Patients: 

If you are a parent or family member living outside of Canada, please complete the referral form  with the assistance from your primary oncologist.

For additional information, please see SickKids International Patient Program or contact the International Patient Program at: international.patientprogram@sickkids.ca

Visitor’s Visa information

If you are an international patient, you may require a visitor’s visa to enter Canada. Please visit the Canadian Immigration and Citizenship website for more detailed information.  

For Physicians/Health Care Team

Partner with referring physician and health care team

Our team is committed to partnering with the primary health care team, recognizing the essential role each member plays in providing your patient with the best quality care, both at SickKids and when he/she returns home. 

Referral Process:

  • All patients require a referral to visit our clinic.
  • If you are a health-care professional, log in to eCHN to submit your referral. From your eCHN account, you will be seamlessly connected to SickKids e-referral platform, EpicCare Link.
  • Learn more about our referral process.
  • For urgent referrals only (same day referrals), contact eCHN’s Helpdesk directly 416-813-7998 or 1-877-252-9900, or by email at helpdesk@echn.ca. On weekends and after 6 p.m. on weekdays, please contact the Fellow on call via SickKids Locating at 416-813-1500.

Patient Navigator Program:

To assist patients and families with their transition, our Patient Navigator program will be able to collaborate with the primary team and the family to provide assistance with issues related to travel, accommodation, and navigating their way around the hospital and in the city.  Furthermore, for patients living outside of Ontario, our Patient Navigator will be able to assist physicians in completing an Out-of-Province Prior Approval Application to the Provincial Ministry of Health to request health coverage.