The Division of Adolescent Medicine at McMaster Children's Hospital is committed to providing comprehensive, innovative, and collaborative family-centred care for children and teens with a variety of health concerns.
Our aim is to work with teenagers and families from diverse backgrounds with the ultimate goal of supporting them to achieve the best possible health.
Statement of Dignity and Inclusion
Any expressions of bigotry, hatred, prejudice or disrespect are inconsistent with the ideals of preserving human dignity and our goal of cultivating the human potential in everyone, and have no place in our community.
It is important that we expressly note that all members of our community, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex patients, parents, staff, and trainees are welcome in our clinic.
As part of the Adolescent Medicine and Eating Disorder Team at McMaster Children’s Hospital/McMaster University:
We are committed to building a safe and inclusive space where diversity is celebrated.
We recognize, value and encourage celebration of human differences that surround us.
We ask all members of our community to participate in fostering this spirit.