PCH’s patient care services include providing a range of physical medicine, rehabilitation and mental health care outpatient clinics. Clinics at our hospital are located all together, on your right as you enter the main entrance of the hospital on Level 1. There is a waiting room within the clinic space, providing clients with privacy from the activity of the main lobby.
Acquired Brain Injury Clinic
The Acquired Brain Injury Clinic serves patients 16 years or older with an acquired brain injury. The ABI Clinic provides an initial consultation with a Physiatrist to assess the severity and complications of an acquired brain injury, providing treatment and making referrals for appropriate assessments and treatment.
Adult Seating Clinic
The Adult Seating Clinic supports disabled adults with complex seating needs that cannot be met in the community or by inpatient therapists. The clinic includes Occupational Therapists and local vendors, and provides an initial evaluation of the seating needs of the clients, recommending appropriate wheelchairs and commercial/custom seating products.
Amputee Rehabilitation Service/Clinic
The Amputee Rehabilitation Service/Clinic meets the needs of clients with congenital or acquired limb loss and those considering elective amputation. This clinic provides two separate services: an active rehabilitation for those patients who are deemed ready to train with prosthesis, as well as a coordinated inter-professional assessment and follow-up service.
The Continence Clinic provides outpatient services to individuals over 65, who are experiencing urinary incontinence issues. Inter-professional assessment, diagnosis and treatment are available.
Electromyography (EMG) Clinic
The Electromyography (EMG) Clinic is open to patients 13 years of age or older with suspected peripheral nerve and muscle disease or injury. Clinical diagnostic services in combination with peripheral nerve conduction studies and needle EMG allow assessment of nerve and muscle damage.
Geriatric Medicine Clinic
The Geriatric Medicine Clinic supports high risk, frail elderly patients with co-morbidities as well as memory and/or cognition issues. The Clinic offers inter-professional assessment, diagnosis and stabilization to frail elderly patients and family.
The Memory Clinic (within the Geriatric Medicine Clinic) provides inter-professional assessment, diagnosis and recommendations for patients with memory and/or cognitive disorders.
The Musculoskeletal Clinic is open to adult patients with acute or chronic spinal or limb pain. Clinicians provide assessment for musculoskeletal injuries (pain of muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints and bones) and spine pain (low back pain, neck pain).
The Neuromuscular Clinic is appropriate for patients experiencing mobility, respiratory and/or cardiac consequences or complications due to their neuromuscular disease. Inter-professional assessment, education and monitoring are included.
The Neurorehabilitation Clinic is open to patients with a medical referral due to neurological disorders including Multiple Sclerosis. The Clinic provides assessment, education and symptomatic management of complications in neuromuscular diseases.
Respiratory Rehabilitation Clinic
The Respiratory Rehabilitation Clinic supports patients experiencing shortness of breath due to COPD, asthma, lung disease or lung surgery. The Clinic offers assessment of patients who are experiencing shortness of breath due to lung disease to determine their eligibility to participate in the Respiratory Rehabilitation Program.
Spinal Cord Injury Clinic
The Spinal Cord Injury Clinic supports patients 16 years or older who have spinal cord disease or spinal cord injury. The Clinic team provides assessment and management of consequences and complications of spinal cord disease or injury.
The Stroke Clinic is open to adult patients who have experienced a stroke. The Clinic offers assessment and management of stroke related impairment, disability and complications.