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Pediatric Outpatient Clinic

Please click here for POP Urgent Care Clinic hours and information.

PRHC's Pediatric Outpatient (POP) Clinic offers specalized pediatric care to our youngest patients and their families - ensuring they receive access to high quality patient care close to home. 

The clinic sees children aged 0-18 years old and services the areas of Peterborough, Lindsay, Haliburton and Northumberland. The clinic’s healthcare team works in collaboration with our community partners and Sick Kids Hospital.

The clinic is led by a specialized inter-professional pediatric team that includes a Nurse Practitioner and Registered Nurse, supported by Pediatricians, Dietitian and Lactation Consultant as required.

The services provided include:

POP Urgent Care Clinic:

Peterborough Regional Health Centre is offering families another option for care after hours. The POP Urgent Care Clinic is Nurse Practitioner-led with Pediatrician support. It is available if you have a child under the age of 18 and do not have a family practitioner, or cannot get an appointment with your family practitioner. 

Hours of operation: 

Regular Hours of Operation
Beginning September 1, 2019 the POP Urgent Care Clinic will be open Monday to Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
The clinic will be closed Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & statutory holidays.

Beginning September 16, 2019 the POP Urgent Care Clinic will be available by same-day booked appointment onlyPlease call 705-740-8055 after 11:00 a.m. Monday through Thursday to book a same-day appointment. Advance bookings for later dates will not be accepted.

PHIT Clinic:

Personal Health Improvement Team (PHIT) is a pediatric outpatient program for children, youth and families who have been diagnosed by their Physician with weight related complications/obesity. Through PHIT, families have access to a team of specialists including Paediatrician, Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse, Dietitian, Psychological Associate, Social Worker and Fitness Specialist. The program provides comprehensive assessment, ongoing medical monitoring, physical activity, skill building and family interventions in individual and group settings. PHIT supports children, youth and families of all shapes and sizes to develop their own eating and physical activity habits which are sustainable, healthy and connected to their communities.

ER Follow-up clinic: The purpose is to give families an opportunity to be discharged from the Emergency Room (ER) with timely follow up with a specialized pediatric team.

Newborn follow-up clinic: Provides families with newborns the ability to leave the hospital faster. Families can return to the Newborn Follow-up Clinic (located in the POP clinic) to see a pediatric Nurse Practitioner, and Lactation Consultant. 

Neonatal follow-up clinic: Treats families with preemie babies for (up to) 2 years to ensure the infant/child is meeting developmental milestones. The healthcare team includes Nurse Practitioner, Speech Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, and Physiotherapist. The team collaborates with Five Counties Children's Centre.

POGO Satellite Clinic: PRHC’s POGO clinic in collaboration with SickKids Hospital and Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO) offers access to specialized pediatric cancer care that includes chemotherapy, blood products, iron infusions and provides ongoing follow up and timely intervention, allowing families to seek specialized care closer to home.

Pediatric Diabetes Clinic: For children 18 years old and under with Type 1 & Type 2 Diabetes. The clinic operates 3.5 days/week. The healthcare team includes a pediatrician, NP, RN, dietitian and social worker. 

Diabetes Transition Clinic: For children age 14 to 18 who are seen at the Pediatric Diabetes clinic for Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes, but are now old enough to transition from a pediatric to adult diabetes clinic. The transition clinic focuses on patient education and giving patients the skills they need to self-manage and control their diabetes. The healthcare team includes a pediatrician, RNs, Endocrinologist, Dietitian, and Social Worker. 

Retinopathy of Premature Infants (ROP) Clinic: Under the direction of Dr. McReelis and Dr. Yeung, this clinic provides infants at high risk of retinopathy with access to high quality care closer to home.

A Family Physician or Nurse Practitioner referral is required and PRHC’s POP Clinic will accept referrals from Peterborough, Lindsay, Haliburton, Campbellford and Cobourg. 

Click here for referral form. 

The POP Clinic is located on the 6th floor.
For more information about the POP clinic , call 705-743-2121 x2235