The Pediatric Continuity Clinic (PCC) at Hamad General Hospital features eight themed treatment rooms, provides general outpatient continuity care for children, is staffed by a multi-disciplinary team of nurses, pediatricians, and medical residents, and compliments existing specialty pediatric clinics at the hospital.

Parents and children who visit the PCC will likely to be seen by the same medical team throughout their association with the clinic, including medical residents who are assigned patients that they maintain throughout their workplace training at the clinic.

The new continuity clinic is operated under a patient-centered care model and means that patients will not have to move around from place to place and are instead assigned a treatment room where the nurse, doctor, pediatric specialist or medical resident comes to them.

Children regularly visiting the clinic will been seen by the same multi-disciplinary team over time, creating a closer relationship between the patient, family and their healthcare provider, and fostering familiarity and accumulated knowledge of a patient’s health history.

The PCC is also a base for a number of our doctors and resident pediatricians, who will gain valuable insight into the high quality of multi-disciplinary care that Hamad Medical Corporation provides.

The clinic will be developed in three stages: firstly, general pediatric medicine. The second stage will be regular check-ups to track growth and development, and thirdly, the PCC will handle more complex cases that require subspecialty medicine. 

The PCC is open Sunday to Thursday 7am to 3pm.