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Pediatric surgery clinic expansion

The Stollery pediatric surgery clinic is often the first place where a surgeon will meet with a patient and their family.

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We're working to improve service and safety for children and families across Western Canada

As our population expands and the need continues to grow, aging infrastructure and limited space make it increasingly difficult for Hospital staff to provide the best possible care for surgical patients.

  • The Stollery pediatric surgery clinic currently sees about 30,000 patient visits annually with a projected five per cent annual growth rate
  • The clinic sees an average of 140 patients in an eight-hour day, which translates into 18 patients per hour, plus parents and siblings, meaning upwards of 50+ people per hour
  • Children and youth come from across central and northern Alberta, and from the other three western provinces and three territories

Our goal

We are committed to raising $13 million over four years to help build a new, modern pediatric surgery clinic in the neighbouring KAYE Edmonton Clinic, also located on the University of Alberta campus.

Our vision

By relocating and expanding the Stollery pediatric surgery clinic, our Hospital partners will be able to finally build a state-of-the-art clinic that reflects and supports the Stollery’s internationally recognized programming. Stollery families deserve a space that provides an exceptional experience.

As the Stollery has developed into a centre of excellence, it's fair to say our clinic hasn't done the same.
– Dr. Mark Evans, retired divisional director, pediatric surgery at the Stollery Children's Hospital

Campaign update (August 2023)

Planning is finally underway to build the new Stollery Surgery Clinic on the 5th floor of the KAYE Edmonton Clinic. The clinic is scheduled to open in 2026.

Improving access and patient outcomes

The expanded pediatric surgery clinic will:

  • Allow more surgeons to see more patients and recommend surgical solutions sooner
  • Create a safer environment for patients and staff
  • Place a greater focus on family-centred care, including a kids’ play area in the waiting room
  • Offer Stollery surgical staff members new educational and research opportunities


Help us give Stollery families the surgical experience they deserve:

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Internationally recognized programming

Many of the Stollery’s pediatric surgery clinic programs, including transplantation and cardiac, are internationally recognized and serve all of Western Canada.

The pediatric surgery clinic currently supports 11 different surgical sub-specialities including neurosurgery, orthopedic surgery and reconstructive/plastic surgery.