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.
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Rehab, child development, and physician services at SickKids’ clinic in York Region
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For adolescents with severe mental illness, continuous care with a primary care doctor during the transition period to adult care is associated with better mental health outcomes in young adulthood, according to a new study from researchers at ICES and SickKids.
In Canada, there has been no record of the incidence of child death due to overheating in a parked car to date. New research led by The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and the University of Toronto is the first to report on this data, as well as to establish a guideline of strategies to help parents and caregivers avoid a possible tragedy.
The Social Work program at SickKids offers support to families at their most vulnerable – when their child has a complex or serious medical issue.
Cell Biology Seminar Series
Friday, September 6, 2019
Kidney Transplant Gala
Friday, September 20, 2019
Dr. Suzanne Beno, SickKids’ Emergency Physician and Trauma Program Co-Director, reflects on the 2018 tragedy, as well as the broader impact of gun-related injury.
Peter Sawras, Director of Facilities Planning at SickKids, shares his unique bond with the hospital – from when he started as an external design consultant in 1985, assisting with the SickKids’ Atrium, to the moment his son was diagnosed with leukemia and treated at SickKids, to helping forge a new hospital with the Project Horizon redevelopment project.
Jen Lockwood, Program Manager, Engagement and HR Communications in Human Resources at SickKids writes about her son’s journey with his gender identity and what it means to be a “parent with pride”