Call (905) 553-3155 or email for more information
We help find solutions to the management of your child's health and well-being.
- BBDBladder and Bowel Dysfunction
- FSFrench Services
- HSHearing Screenings
- HCHeadache Clinic
- MTMassage Therapy
- NPNeurodevelopmental Physiotherapy
- OTOccupational Therapy
- OSPOrthopaedic & Sports Physiotherapy
- SLPSpeech-Language Pathology
General & Consulting Paediatrics
Consulting Paediatrics at Boomerang Health accepts children and adolescents with the following conditions:
- Chronic Cough/Asthma
- Feeding and Weight Concerns
- High Blood Pressure
- Premature Birth Complications
- School Difficulties/ADHD
- Urinary Incontinence
UPDATE: Our General Paediatricians are currently accepting newborns, who do not have a primary care physician, for routine well baby care and follow-up after newborn nursery admission.
How to Book an Appointment for General Paediatrics
To register your newborn, please contact the clinic at 905.553.3155 ext. 300. Due to the high volume of phone calls, we kindly ask you to leave a voicemail. If the nature of the appointment is not urgent, families can expect to hear from us within 1-2 business days.
How to Book an Appointment for Consulting Paediatrics
Please ask your child’s primary care doctor to send a referral request to Boomerang Health. We will then contact you to book an initial appointment. Your visits with our Paediatricians are covered under OHIP. Please ensure that you bring your health card to each visit.
Boomerang Health is not a walk in clinic. While we try our best to accommodate for same day sick visits, children who come in without a scheduled appointment unfortunately will not be able to be seen. In addition, siblings of patients who have appointments with our paediatricians cannot be accommodated unless they have appointments scheduled for themselves. These policies are in place to ensure that our clinic is able to provide efficient service and high quality patient care.
For more information related to Paediatrics, visit the following pages on AboutKidsHealth, SickKids’ trusted health education website for children, youth, and their caregivers: