Our surgical program is recognized across Ontario and around the world for its excellence in a broad range of surgical specialties.
Our surgical team is comprised of a dedicated and high skilled team, including:
- Allied care experts
Each member of our team is committed to meeting the unique needs of our diverse community within a model of high-quality care.
Our program provides expertise and service through our inpatient units and in our clinics. Our inpatient units support patients through all stages of their recovery. Each inpatient floor has a physiotherapy room for patients to use.
Our surgical program is a national leader in the evolving field of minimally-invasive surgery. Our surgeons regularly share their expertise with students and other professionals. We are proud of our strong affiliation with Queen’s University and the University of Toronto.
Our surgical program is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including a robust robotics program. Robotic-assisted surgery is leading-edge medical technology to help access hard-to-reach areas of the body with greater precision.
Humber River Hospital is home to Ontario’s first Centre of Excellence for bariatric surgery. Our program is accredited as a Level 1 program by the ACS. We are the first program outside of the United States to receive this distinction.
All 20 of our operating rooms are linked with an integrated video system. This allows us to streamline patient flow and care. We are also excited to be the first surgical program in Canada to use Steris RealView. This patient-tracking system sends real-time alerts to patients and their loved ones. Your loved ones will be able to know when you check in, to what unit you’re staying in overnight.
- General surgery
- Bariatric surgery
- Vascular surgery
- Orthopaedic surgery
- Plastic and reconstructive surgery
- Oral and dental surgery
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