Royal University Hospital’s Division of Pediatric Cardiology is the province’s only treatment, teaching, research, and health promotion area dedicated exclusively to the health of children and youth with congenital heart disease and acquired heart disease. Our department serves children from birth to 18 years of age, from communities across all of Saskatchewan. Our physicians and staff provide services for more than 2,000 patients per year, including regular clinics at the Regina General Hospital.
The Division of Pediatric Cardiology also offers in-utero diagnosis of congenital heart disease via fetal echocardiography through to adulthood. Our multidisciplinary team, comprised of experts in Cardiology, Nursing, and various Allied Health fields, works together to provide excellent care to children using a family-centred focus. Each year, we perform about 90 procedures in the Royal University Hospital’s cardiac catheterization lab for children and some adults with congenital heart defects.
Our team works collaboratively with other teams and programs within the hospital to provide cardiac care to children and adolescents including:
- 30 bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit;
- 5 bed Pediatric Intensive Care Unit; and
- 40 bed Acute Care Pediatric Unit.
- Royal University Hospital is an 89-pediatric bed facility and services communities across Saskatchewan. Medical services are provided to children from birth to 18 years. Three pediatric cardiologists are included in a full complement of pediatric cardiology trained staff.
- There is a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), a Neonatal Intensive care Unit (NICU), two inpatient units, and a follow up outpatient clinic for the pediatric cardiology patients.
- Diagnostic and medical treatment services are provided, which include cardiac catheterizations.
- Outreach clinics are also provided in Regina.