Our services include the clinical evaluation, treatment and follow up of acute illnesses, as well as primary and secondary care of chronic illnesses for children.
We will also be working with the family physicians and general practitioners in the community to coordinate clinical care for your child, address your concerns and provide accurate information needed at each stage of your child's life.
Pediatric surgery: is a subspecialty of surgery involving the surgery of fetuses, infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
Neonatal surgery – routine antenatal ultrasound scanning means that patients are getting younger and younger. For some conditions, such as gastroschisis (a birth defect hole in the abdominal wall) and congenital diaphragmatic hernia, paediatric surgeons now provide antenatal counselling for parents in conjunction with obstetricians and specialists in fetal medicine. They plan the care of the mother and child from delivery to subsequent surgery.
Paediatric urology – certain urological conditions, such as hypospadias, frequently present at birth or in young people.
Paediatric oncology – childhood cancers are different from those developed by adults. Leukaemia remains the most significant in children.