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Effective Nov. 1, 2023, clients and families, visitors, vendors and staff are required to wear a mask while moving throughout the hospital, including while in elevators, in spaces where clients receive care or participate in research. A medical grade mask will be available upon entry.

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Children admitted to the specialized orthopedic and developmental rehab (SODR) unit have mobility and movement impairments related to the musculoskeletal system. While in hospital, clients have access to a dedicated team of doctors, nurses, speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, child and youth workers, social workers, therapeutic recreation specialists and other team members. The team works together to provide patients and families with the best possible quality care.

Registered nurse

The single and double rooms are warm and inviting spaces with desks, televisions, and sleeper chairs for parents. At the end of the unit there is a lounge and dining room with kitchen that clients and families can use to prepare food, dine or relax. There is also a family lounge on the floor, where family members can watch TV and use the shower.

Unit secretary

To access inpatient programs and services, a doctor's referral is required.

Client testimonial