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Request for Service

Processing Requests

For referrals

Request for services applications must be sent by a health care professional (physician, physiotherapist, occupational therapist, speech therapist, etc.) to the CRME’s Medical Records Department:

Marie Enfant Rehabilitation Centre
Medical Records Department
5200 Bélanger Street East
Montreal, QC H1T 1C9

The request for service application must include specific documents:

The clinical services specialist, liaison agent or assistant head nurse reviews the request for service. Eligibility is determined following seven days. Once a decision is made, a letter is sent to the parents with a copy to the referral agent. If the team of a designated program is able to provide the child with a service, a home visit is recommended to begin developing the intervention plan and to identify the parents’ expectations and the child’s needs.

The appointment is made with a member of the rehabilitation team, administrative agent or clinical coordinator.

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Updated on 3/20/2015
Created on 9/10/2014
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