Specialized health-care services for kids.
Hearing health is a vital piece of a child’s growth and development.
Some kids are born with heart conditions and others develop issues with the heart over time.
A cleft lip and/or palate is a split in the top lip and/or top of the mouth that develops before the baby is born.
Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disease that mainly affects a child’s lungs and digestive system.
Developmental pediatricians provide specialized care for children and youth with a wide range of developmental disorders.
Many ears, nose and throat (ENT) disorders can affect a child’s hearing, speech, breathing and balance.
The pediatric diabetes and endocrinology teams of specialists help kids with all forms of diabetes and many hormonal (endocrine) conditions. They provide treatment and education to help families support their children’s health.
The pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition teams care for children with conditions and complications in their digestive tracts.
Medical genetics focuses on how genetic or inherited conditions can affect a child’s health and development.
The pediatric hematology (blood) and bleeding disorder teams help to improve the lives of kids in Saskatchewan with blood and bleeding disorders.
The infectious diseases team helps kids in the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital with challenging or severe infections.
The pediatric metabolics team cares for children with inborn errors of metabolism. These genetic (inherited) conditions are rare but can cause a child to become sick or lead to a disability.
The neonatal follow-up program is for Saskatchewan children who may require additional support or monitoring for healthy development when leaving the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
The pediatric nephrology team provides complete kidney care for the children of Saskatchewan.
The pediatric neurology team provides high-quality care to children in Saskatchewan with nervous system and muscle disorders.
At times, your child may receive specialized care at an outpatient (non-overnight) clinic instead of going to the emergency department or being admitted to hospital overnight.
As a parent or caregiver, you do everything you can to keep your child safe, but as children grow, they will experience some physical pain.
Across Saskatchewan, pediatric palliative care teams provide support to children and their families when a child has a life-limiting condition or is nearing end of life. This is an incredibly difficult time for children and their families, and our team of care providers is here to help.
The Refugee Engagement and Community Health Clinic (REACH Clinic) is a multi-disciplinary clinic that provides health care for refugees newly arrived in Saskatoon.
Every season, infants and young children come into contact with seasonal viruses that can cause colds and sometimes more serious illnesses.
The pediatric pulmonary team at the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital in Saskatoon cares for children with respiratory health concerns.
Our pediatric rheumatology team cares for children ages 16 and under who have illnesses that are caused by an over-active immune system. The immune system is a special group of cells that work together, like an army of soldiers, to protect our bodies against illnesses and infections.
We know life experiences and living conditions can affect the health of a child. For this reason, we bring specialized care for children and youth up to age 18 to various neighbourhoods around Saskatoon.