NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
INFORMATION FOR PEDIATRIC IMMUNOLOGY AND ALLERGY PATIENTS
Our team investigates and cares for patients with immune deficiencies and immune dysregulation. Our philosophy is family-centered. We strive to provide the best care possible.
We see patients for:
- Recurrent infection
- Recurrent fever
- Positive newborn screen for immune deficiency
- Severe Combined Immune Deficiency
- Genetic abnormalities associated with immune deficiency
- Diseases associated with immune deficiency
- Family history of immune deficiency
- Treatments and services such as IVIG administration and specialized testing
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 or letters from your child’s doctor or pediatrician.
- Any notes or questions you may have.
- List of current medications along with their doses and allergies.
- Immunization record (Yellow card)
When you arrive, please check-in at the reception desk. The Business Clerk will register you in the electronic system so that our team will know you have arrived.
The initial assessment will take approximately 1 hour and follow-up appointments take approximately 30 minutes.
Note: If your child is ill with any antibiotic resistant organism (such as, MRSA and ESBL), a communicable disease (such as Chicken Pox), or a respiratory infection, please notify reception staff prior to your scheduled appointment.
Our team includes a Physician (Immunologist), Registered Nurse, training doctors and medical students, Dietician, Child Life Specialist, and Social Worker.
Referrals should be faxed directly to the clinic at 905-521-2654.
In the event of an urgent referral, the referring physician should page the consultant Immunologist at 905-521-2100.