We're here for everything Mum & Dad can't kiss better.

Southlake is committed to providing access to the most cutting edge care for at-risk patients to ensure the best possible outcomes. For those things that mum and dad can’t kiss better, Southlake will continue to be here, providing the advanced care needed to send you home as a family.. 

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Transforming the lives of our smallest patients

Over 2,600 new lives are brought into the world every year at Southlake—but it doesn't always go easy. From prenatal to neo-natal, to paediatric services, Southlake is here to care for your precious little ones, every step of the way.

Your donation will help this busy program purchase and upgrade equipment, as well as expand the breadth of services offered in our neo-natal intensive care unit.

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Babies born each year at Southlake


Babies who need extra care in our Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit 


Children seen in the Paediatric Oncology Clinic

Transform lives at Southlake

Your donation will help the thousands of children – and their families – who rely on Southlake each year.

“Everyone in our maternal child program – staff, physicians and volunteers – is here because they are passionate about what they do. Being named the top hospital in Ontario for maternity care and having every one of those mothers tell us they had a positive experience at Southlake is a direct result of our exceptionally gifted and compassionate team.”

– Lorrie Reynolds, Director, Maternal Child & Professional Practice, Deputy Chief Nursing Officer

Life  is precious. At Southlake, where more than 2,600 babies are born every year, we understand just how precious – and vulnerable – that new life can be. From sick and premature infants in the NICU to young cancer patients being treated in our Paediatric Oncology Clinic, our skilled and compassionate staff provide care and comfort to our smallest patients. 

Southlake’s Paediatric Oncology Clinic – offered in partnership with SickKids and the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO) – is part of POGO’s Provincial Pediatric Oncology Satellite Program, ensuring a high level of care for our youngest cancer patients, without having to travel to a downtown hospital.

As a Regional Level 2 Paediatric and Perinatal Centre serving York Region and South Simcoe County, Southlake’s Maternal Child Program is counted on to make miracles happen every day, and your donations equip them with the cutting-edge equipment, tools and technology our staff rely on to do just that.

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