The Community Social Pediatrics Clinic is an interdisciplinary “kitchen table” approach to pediatric care. Our clinic brings the child, their family, and professionals together to help mitigate the social determinants of health on the child and eliminate any other barriers to care.
We aim to give the child a voice in their own care and have partners across disciplines come together to capture the big picture in the child’s life. By focusing children and their families, New Brunswick Social Pediatrics draws on strengths of the child, their family, and our community.
The clinic is currently housed in the Community Social Pediatrics Centre on Princess Street.
Dr. Gander and Dr. McKenna generally hold at least two clinics per month. Social Worker Maranda Fullerton also participates in the clinic and provides additional support for the families.
More information on the clinic referral process coming soon.