This specialized clinic provides outpatient services for children with endocrine problems.
Care We Provide
Outpatient clinical service for children with endocrine problems.
What to Bring
- Your child’s Health Card. The Ministry of Health and Long Term Care requires us to validate your health card at every clinic visit.
- Any relevant test results (e.g x-rays) or letters from your child’s doctor or pediatrician.
- Any notes or questions that you may have.
- List of current medications and allergies.
When you arrive, please check-in at the reception desk. The Business Clerk will register you in the electronic system so that your team will know that you have arrived.
Note: If your child is ill with any antibiotic resistant organism, MRSA, a communicable disease (such as Chicken Pox), or a respiratory infection, please notify reception staff prior to your scheduled appointment.
Referrals are made from a pediatrician, family doctor or nurse practitioner by faxing the required form, checklist, and documentation to the specialist as instructed below.
STEP 1: For instructions, please refer to the following document: How to refer your patient
STEP 2: In our efforts to minimize wait times and optimize your patient’s initial visit with us, we kindly ask that you complete a disease specific checklist (below).
- Bone Calcium
- Diabetes Mellitus
- Diabetes insipidus
- Hirsutism Adolescent female
- Incidental MRI Findings
- Isolated Elevated FT3
- Menstrual Irregularities
- Pubertal Delay
- Puberty Early
- Short Stature
- Tall Stature
- Thyroid Goiter Nodule
STEP 3: Complete the Endocrine Clinic referral form with the required information.
STEP 4:Fax both the referral form and the disease specific checklist to 2Q Clinic Fax (905) 521-5056.
Please note that we will be unable to triage your referral until the required form, checklist, and documentation are completed and attached to your referral.
Urgent Referrals: The clinics are not for emergencies. If your child needs to be seen on an urgent basis, please contact your family doctor or go to your local emergency department.