The Calgary Protocol for bracing of Pectus carinatum was pioneered by Dr. David L. Sigalet, Pediatric General Surgeon, Alberta Children’s Hospital. Surgeons continuing to practice the Calgary Protocol include Dr. Steven Lopushinsky and Dr. Mary Brindle.
Pediatric Surgery Clinic at Alberta Children’s Hospital provides assessment, diagnoses, and treatment services including child and parent education, follow-up and support to the child/family with long-term surgical problems.
This clinic sees children who have been referred for General surgery.
This service provides assessment, diagnoses, and treatment services including:
- child and parent education
- follow-up and support to the child/family with long-term surgical problems
- follow-up management for children who have ostomies
- follow-up management for children who have gastrostomy tubes
|A doctor’s referral is required for this clinic. Call for more information. Doctors, please refer to one of these surgeons:|
|Dr. P. Beaudry, 403-955-2850||Dr. S. Lopushinsky, 403-955-2460|
|Dr. M. Brindle, 403-955-2848||Dr. A. Wong, 403-955-7253|
|Dr. R. Eccles, 403-955-7807||Fax 403-955-7634|
|Alberta Children’s Hospital|
|Level 3, Surgery Clinic
28 Oki Drive NW
Calgary, Alberta T3B 6A8
| Accessibility Main entrance, Lifts
Service Providers May Include licensed practical nurses (LPNs), pediatric surgeons, registered nurses (RNs)
Eligibility Children from birth to 17 years old.
| Service Access Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.
Wait Times An estimated wait time will be provided at the time of appointment booking.
Service Languages Interpreter/Translation services
Source Alberta Health Services Updated June 7, 2019