Paediatrics is on Level 1.
From the Main Entrance, turn right through the Main Atrium to the Grand Staircase, go down one level to Level 1, turn left and follow the hallway. Paediatric Unit 1B will be on the left and Paediatric Outpatient Services will be on the right. Further up at the end of the hallway, Labour and Delivery/Maternal Newborn is on the left and the NICU entrance is at the end of the Main Corridor.
From the Main Entrance, turn right through the Main Atrium to the Grand Staircase and turn right – the elevator will be on your right. Go down one level to Level 1, turn right out of the elevator, and follow the hallway. Paediatric Unit 1B will be on the left and Paediatric Outpatient Services will be on the right. Further up at the end of the hallway, Labour and Delivery/Maternal Newborn is on the left and the NICU entrance is at the end of the Main Corridor.
For questions about Paediatric Outpatient Services, please call (807) 684-6520.
For questions about Paediatric Inpatient services, please call the Paediatric Team directly at (807) 684-6514.
For general questions about the Health Sciences Centre, please call the Switchboard at (807) 684-6000.
A new large-scale heart monitoring system has been installed throughout the Health Sciences Centre through the generosity of donors. A $850,000 grant from the Health Sciences Foundation helped fund the system which includes WiFi-based monitoring systems, centralized monitoring stations and easier transfer of patient information between departments or units.
Anytime our children are sick or injured, it can be a stressful time. Visits to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre can also be scary for the children themselves, whether they are staying overnight in our Paediatric Inpatient Unit, or if they are have tests or procedures done at Paediatric Outpatient Services.
The Paediatric Team does everything we can to make your child’s visit a positive experience for them – and for you. We have a child life specialist on staff to help children understand and process why they are here, and to help them keep their minds off things with games, activities, and toys. We have also spent a lot of time on the décor, creating a welcoming and caring environment that is designed to relax and soothe children so that the unfamiliar is not as scary.
There are things you can do to help, too. The following are suggestions to help you prepare your child for a visit to the Health Sciences Centre:
Rej The Puppet is here to show you that having an operation doesn’t need to be scary. Join him and his friends at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre – Phoebe, Jill, Dr. Ron and Carole – as they show Rej what it’s like to have an operation.
Click to visit Reg and his friends!