PEDIATRICS WOMEN'S HEALTH / CHILD & ADOLESCENT GYNECOLOGY

Associated clinical pathways

eReferral Advice options

Providers in the Calgary Zone can submit an eReferral Advice Request for community pediatrics, and will receive a response back from a specialist within five calendar days.

To submit an eReferral Advice Request, go online. For a list of other specialties available and more information about eReferral, visit the website.

How to request pediatric gynecology tele-advice

Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding statutory holidays.

Please enter the Physician's Name and PracID, along with the Patient's PHN and Physician's Direct/Private Phone Number (without dashes or hyphens).

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For more information, please call 403.910.2551 Ext 0, or email specialistlink@calgaryareapcns.ca


What can I enquire about?

  • Dysmenorrhea
  • Heavy menstrual bleeding
  • Ovarian cyst
  • Female genital tract problems
  • Vulvovaginitis
  • Other vulvar conditions
  • Complex contraception

About this service

A pediatric and adolescent gynecologist will provide tele-advice for a wide range of gynecological problems in the pediatric population, from 0 – 18 years old.

For urgent referrals, please contact the Alberta Children's Hospital switchboard at 403-955-7211 and ask to speak to the pediatric and adolescent gynecologist on call. The urgency of referral can be changed pending supportive blood work and effect of the condition on daily life, such as time lost to school and other activities. Wait time is 1 - 3 weeks. More information is available via the Alberta Referral Directory.

The following reasons for referral should be considered emergent. Go directly to your nearest hospital. All patients less than 12 years of age will be redirected to Alberta Children's Hospital:

- Ovarian torsion

- Heavy menstrual bleeding with hemoglobin < 80

- Obstructive vaginal/uterine/hymenal anomaly with hematocolpos

- Vaginal foreign body with battery

Emergent concerns

The following reasons for referral should be considered emergent. Patient should go directly to their nearest hospital. Please note: All patients less than 12 years of age will be redirected to Alberta Children's Hospital:

- Ovarian torsion

- Heavy menstrual bleeding with hemoglobin < 80

- Obstructive vaginal/uterine/hymenal anomaly with hematocolpos

- Vaginal foreign body with battery

Contact us

If you have a question, comment or technical issue, please call 403.910.2551 Ext 0, or email specialistlink@calgaryareapcns.ca.