Elizabeth McMaster and a group of Toronto women rented an eleven bedroom home in downtown Toronto for the admission and treatment of all sick children.
SickKids Hospital demands increased significantly, leading to the hospital relocating into a larger building.
Under the leadership of John Ross Robertson, SickKids relocates into a four-storey facility with 320 rooms.
SickKids Hospital installs the first milk pasteurization plant in Canada, which was completed 30 years prior to it being mandatory in Canada.
SickKids Hospital created the Nutrition Research Laboratory that saved thousands of children from death and diseases.
The Polio Epidemic hit in 1937 and the SickKids staff manufactured approximately thirty or more iron lungs to be utilized all over Ontario. Staff also organized temporary treatment centres to support more than three hundred kids.
The SickKids Hospital moved to their current location located at 555 University Avenue.
SickKids Hospital opened one of the first intensive care units in North America to take care of critically-ill newborns and premature babies.
SickKids Hospital made advancement in genetics that are responsible for cloning hereditary diseases (ex. Muscular dystrophy, cystic fibrosis, etc.)
SickKids Hospital opens new patient-care wing. The building was designed around a nine-storey, glass-roofed atrium to let in as much natural light as possible and cost about $232-million. Development of New Patient-Care Wing
SickKids opened the Peter Gilgan Centre for Research and Learning. The twenty-one storey building is a hub for researchers and learners to share ideas and transform the current state of child health care. The world-class facility houses over 2,000 Sick Kids scientists and their staff and currently has 210 labs up and running.