Pediatric Information & Resources

DCHC Pediatric Clinic
About The Pediatric Clinic

The Pediatric Clinic is a consultative clinic, accessed by physician referral only.
To access services, a child must:

  • Have access to a family or referring doctor, who will support and maintain services during and after Pediatric Clinic involvement ends.
  • Be an infant, child, or adolescent, aged 0-18
  • Have an up-to-date (valid) Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) coverage
    • Fees for service will apply without valid coverage
    • Refunds will be provided with provision of an up-to-date health card within 6 months of an appointment
  • Have a referring problem within the clinic’s scope of practice.
    • Please contact the clinic with specific questions or concerns
  • Agree to the Terms and Conditions of accessing the Clinic
    • Your attendance at an appointment will be taken as your agreement to all terms outlined

The Pediatric Clinic runs during the day (9-4), typically Monday through Friday. Availability may vary on occasion.

The Pediatric Clinic is not an urgent care facility – if your child(ren) require immediate medical attention, please contact your family doctor or attend your local Emergency Department.

Involvement in the Pediatric Clinic DOES NOT REPLACE the care your child(ren) receive from their primary care practitioner / family doctor.

Access to Pediatric Clinic Staff may be limited / unavailable during periods in which the Pediatrician is off-site. Should you have concerns about your child during this time, please contact your family physician and/or go to your local Emergency Department.

The Pediatric Clinic is a year-round teaching and training site for health professional students and residents at McMaster University. At most visits, your child(ren) may be seen initially by a medical trainee, under close supervision from the Pediatrician.  If you do not want your child to be seen by a student or trainee, please contact the office at least one week in advance of your child’s appointment, so that we can make the necessary scheduling changes to accommodate this request on the day of the visit.

Terms and Conditions of The Pediatric Clinic
Uninsured Services

 

Pediatric Clinic Resources

About ADHD

ADHD – Article – About ADHD

CHEO handout

ADHD – Article – CHEO Handout

the truth about ADHD

ADHD – Article – The Truth About ADHD

ADHD CADDRA Teacher Assessment Form

ADHD – CADDRA Teacher Assessment Form

ADHD resources

ADHD – Resources

ADHD resources

ADHD – COPE

ADHD-Stimulant-Medications-Adverse-Effects_Page_1

ADHD – Stimulant Medications – Adverse Effects

ADHD summer tips

ADHD – Summer Tips

Anxiety and mental health

Anxiety and Mental Health – Article – Behavioural Training

Anxiety resources

Anxiety and Mental Health – Resources

Autism resources

Autism – Resources

Behaviour and discipline

Behaviour and Discipline – Resources

Concussion and return to play guidelines

Concussion – Return To Play Guidelines

Constipation Management

Constipation Management

Fragile X Syndrome

Fragile X Syndrome – Resources

Home routine charts

Home Routine Charts

learning and general health

Learning and General Health – Resources

Literacy Development

Literacy Development

Nutrition - Obesity management

Nutrition – Obesity Management

Questionnaire - Adult ADHD Self Report Scale

Questionnaire – Adult ADHD Self Report Scale

Questionnaire - Mental Health for Children & Youth

Questionnaire – Mental Health for Children & Youth (A Doctor Referral Is Required To Access DFHT Mental Health Services)

Questionnaire - SNAP-IV (Long

Questionnaire – SNAP-IV (Long)

Questionnaire - SNAP-IV (Short)

Questionnaire – SNAP-IV (Short)

Speech-Language Articulation Chart

Speech-Language Articulation Chart