New Born Clinic

1. Go with the flow

Allow plenty of time each day for nursing sessions, naps and crying spells. Keep scheduled activities to a minimum. When you need to head out, give yourself extra time to pack your supplies and change the inevitable out-the-door dirty diaper.

2. Expect a roller coaster of emotions

You might go from adoring your baby and marvelling at tiny fingers and toes to grieving your loss of independence and worrying about your ability to care for a newborn, all in the space of a single diaper change.
Chances are, you and your partner are both tired and anxious as well. To help you stay connected, talk about what's bothering you — such as a strained budget or difficulty soothing the baby. A shared laugh might help lighten the mood.

3. Relax your standards

Hide the broom and leave dust bunnies where they lie. Store clean clothes in the laundry basket — or in stacks on the floor — until you need them. Clean the bathroom with a fresh diaper wipe. Serve cold cereal and peanut butter toast for dinner when you're too tired to prepare a more traditional meal.

Growth Clinic

Paediatric endocrinology is a medical subspe cialty dealing with variations of physical growth and sexual development in childhood, as well as diabetes and other disorders of the endocrine glands.

General Pediatric Clinic

General Pediatric clinic provides skilled, compassionate care to patients with both common pediatric problems as well as complicated chronic medical conditions. Routine well child care is also an important part of the clinic mission, apart from expertise in the care of more specialized patient populations, including asthma, allergies, pediatric overweight, headache, convulsions and other neurological problems. The mission of General Pediatrics is threefold: to provide acute and continuity of care for all children who need quality medical intervention, to teach the pediatricians-in-training, and to provide a setting for clinical research.

All Vaccinations (Immunizations For All Ages)

An overview of vaccines and the diseases they prevent

While vaccine are widely available, many children, adolescents, and adults remain unprotected. Here's a look at all vaccines that are available. Browse through them to see which vaccines you and your loved ones need most.

• Meningitis & pneumonia: PCV, HIB and Meningococcal

• Tetanus, Diphtheria and pertussis (DTaP, DTwP, TdaP, Td)

• Cervical cancer vaccine (HPV)

• Chickenpox


• Polio (oral and inactivated)

• Rotaviral vaccine

• Flu

• Measles

• Cholera


• Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B

• Typhoid

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