Speech-Language Pathology

The team of speech-language pathologists assesses and treats patients having:

  • Difficulty speaking or understanding;
  • Language delays;
  • Voice problems;
  • Stammering;
  • Cognitive disorders (memory, reasoning, and problem-solving);
  • Difficulty swallowing.

Speech-language pathology services are provided to inpatients as well as to preschool children and adults on an outpatient basis. Eight speech-language pathologists work at the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre (DGLDUHC) and the Stella-Maris-de-Kent Hospital (SMKH). 

To receive speech-language pathology services, a patient must:

  • Be referred by a physician or other health professional;
  • Contact the Speech-Language Pathology Department directly.

DGLDUHC Speech-Language Pathology Department
330 Université Avenue
Moncton NB  E1C 2Z3
Telephone: 506-862-4170

SMKH Speech-Language Pathology Department
7714 Route 134
Sainte-Anne-de-Kent NB  E4S 1H5
Telephone: 506-743-7814