With more than 26,000 patient visits annually, the Gulshan & Pyarali G. Nanji Orthopaedic and Plastics Centre is our hospital's second busiest area, after the Charlotte & Lewis Steinberg Emergency.
The centre at the General site (4001 Leslie St.) provides follow-up care to our patients who have recently visited the Emergency Department or who have had surgery.
The centre features:
- five separate treatment rooms, including a paediatric room
- separate plastics assessment and casting areas
- dedicated waiting area
Common services provided by the orthopaedic component of the centre include:
- assessing and treating broken bones and fractures
- putting on and removing casts and splints
- removing stitches and providing follow-up care for fractures and joint replacements (hip and knee).
The plastics component of the centre involves follow-up care after reconstructive or plastic surgery on bone, skin, arteries, nerves and muscles.
We provide assessment, treatment and follow-up for a variety of injuries. These include burns, wounds related to an injury, accident, ulcers on the body, and hand injuries.
Physicians, nurses, occupational therapists and orthopaedic technologists work as part a collaborative and interdisciplinary team to provide the best possible care to our patients.