Booking II2023-02-01T18:53:25-05:00
Kids Health - Kidcrew Medical with Dr. Dina Kulik

Welcome to Kidcrew Booking

One Stop for Kids’ Health (TM)

We are accepting primary care patients at this time.

We are accepting In-Person Sick Visits.

We ARE accepting Sub-Specialty Care patients with a referral from your physician, nurse practitioner, or midwife.

We ARE accepting Allied Health Care patients.

Kids Health - Kidcrew Medical with Dr. Dina Kulik

Welcome to Kidcrew Booking

One Stop for Kids’ Health (TM)

We are accepting primary care patients at this time.

We ARE accepting In-Person Sick Visits.

We ARE accepting Sub-Specialty Care patients with a referral from your physician, nurse practitioner, or midwife.

We ARE accepting Allied Health Care patients.

Virtual Care Information and Resources

Virtual care visits, also called eVisits, are safe, two-way digital conversations between health care providers and their patients. Typically by phone or video-call but can also include emails and text messages. Virtual visits allow doctors and their patients to communicate easily, safely, and with peace of mind. Below are the resources and information you need for successful virtual care.

Virtual Care Checklist

Make sure you have your OHIP card, phone with audio and video, cell number, internet access, and a caregiver that can speak English.

Your Virtual Care Guide

Please do not ignore any of your child’s health concerns. Learn more about virtual visits and how they can help your family.

Benefits of Virtual Care Visits

Virtual visits offer convenient and accessible pediatric assessments with flexible scheduling while allowing you to remain safe from the comfort of your home.

Privacy and Virtual Visits

Kidcrew takes your privacy very seriously. We treat your data confidentially and in accordance with the Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA).

Virtual Care FAQs

If your child is unwell, or you have concerns about their health, we can review, make a management strategy, and decide whether an in-person visit is required.

Prescriptions, Testing, and Referrals

We can quickly and efficiently provide prescriptions, arrange for investigations (blood work and imaging) and coordinate appropriate referrals to specialists.

Kidcrew Medical with Dr. Dina Kulik

Hi, I’m Dr. Dina Kulik

Virtual medicine has transformed how we deliver expert pediatric care.

Virtual care can be used for initial patient consultations, routine medical visits and to review investigation reports, diagnoses, and treatment options.

Virtual visits allow clinicians to check in with patients in an easy and efficient way, without the patient needing to leave their home or workplace. We can ensure illnesses can be caught quickly and treatment is effective, with less delay in care. Virtual care allows patients to avoid the expense, time and burden spent travelling and waiting in doctor’s offices. It allows us to provide care in remote and underserviced communities when access to practitioners can be challenging.

Kidcrew is so excited to offer virtual care to any child age 0-17 years in Ontario and we are eager to help ensure your family stays healthy and happy!

Dr. Dina Kulik, MD, FRCPC, PEM

Dr. Dina is a Pediatrician and Emergency Medicine Doctor. Founder and Director of Kidcrew.

Your Questions About Virtual Care Visits with a Pediatrician

Connect with your doctor by video or phone. See your pediatrician or health-care provider via secure video or phone, from the safety of your home, or on-the-go via tablet or smartphone. Didn’t find your answer, contact us!

My pediatrician is unavailable, are you accepting new patients?2023-01-28T00:21:59-05:00

We are accepting primary care patients at this time.

We are accepting In-Person sick visits, 7 days a week, with one of our Pediatricians on call. Don’t hesitate to contact a healthcare provider for any health issue. We are available – usually with same-day visits – and please understand delaying health care could make the problem worse or lead to further complications.

Click to Book an Appointment.

Can I speak with a pediatrician online?2022-12-22T17:06:35-05:00

After December 1, 2022, The Ministry of Health only supports virtual care provided by a patient’s primary care provider. Patients must be physically examined every two years by their primary care provider for virtual care to be accessible.

Only a physician who has examined a patient in person in the last 24 months can provide virtual care to that patient.

Please use our online portal as an existing primary care patient for convenient and fast booking.

If you see your child’s primary care physician listed in the online booking area, you are welcome to book a virtual appointment with your doctor using that link. If you do not see your doctor’s name or there are no appointments listed, please email us at

Can a virtual care physician prescribe medication?2020-12-29T23:15:03-05:00

Yes. A physician practicing virtual medicine can order medications, as well as order investigations such as blood work and imaging.

What conditions is virtual care good for?2020-12-29T23:15:31-05:00

Virtual care can help manage common health issues such as illness, minor trauma, and injuries, mental health concerns such as anxiety and depression, chronic health conditions, behavioral concerns in children, and even more complex heath conditions. Virtual medicine can decrease the need for an in-person visit for rash review and medication refills.

What is the difference between virtual healthcare and telemedicine/telehealth?2020-12-29T23:15:24-05:00

Virtual healthcare is the provision of real-time medical care via a mobile device.

Telemedicine/telehealth refers to the process of diagnosing and treating conditions remotely, while virtual healthcare encompasses not only the connection between patient and physician but also the on-demand access to a broad range of non-clinical or non-physician services.

For example, Kidcrew virtual care enables patients to access mental health care and therapy, in addition to physician services.

What is a medical virtual care visit?2023-01-28T00:57:07-05:00

Virtual doctor visits are simply doctor-patient meetings that happen over the phone or video call. With the ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic, virtual visits with your pediatrician or physician are much safer.

When possible, a doctor visit by phone or video-call allows for easy and timely access to care, conveniently and safely, whether from home or work, and regardless of the time of day.

Kidcrew has pediatricians on call 7 days a week – weekdays, from 8 am to 8 pm, weekends 9 am to 3 pm for same-day In-Person visits. Click to Book an Appointment.

What are the pros of virtual health care?2020-12-30T22:02:40-05:00

1. Virtual health care can lower healthcare costs
2. Increases efficiency
3. Provides patients better access to healthcare services
4. Healthier, happier patients
5. More convenient and accessible patient care
6. Access from remote areas
7. Can provide care to patients with decreased mobility
8. Helps reduce unnecessary emergency room visits
9. Quicker and more convenient access to a clinician
10. Increased engagement from patients which can encourage healthier behavior by patients.
11. Decreased barrier to care. Patients feel more empowered to seek advice from their healthcare practitioner as it is easier to reach them.
12. Improved prevention. Virtual care can lead to an assessment of early warning signs for illness and can enable follow up appointments to ensure improvement in health status.
13. Better quality of care. Patients can address health concerns quickly with real-time urgent consultations. This patient-centered care increases patient satisfaction.

How can virtual care alleviate mental health concerns?2020-12-29T23:12:31-05:00

There is a growing burden of mental health concerns amongst patients. Mental health and therapy services can be difficult to access, especially in remote or underserviced areas. In addition, many patients feel insecure about accessing mental health services due to the stigma associated with mental health challenges. Virtual mental health care can alleviate these concerns.

Does virtual health care save the patient money and time?2020-12-29T23:12:43-05:00

Yes. Accessing virtual healthcare minimizes the burden of missing work and school for healthcare visits. Barriers such as commute time, parking costs, and time away from work and school improve the patient experience and better value for your time.

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