Gulshan & Pyarali G. Nanji Orthopaedic and Plastics Centre

Please note the Gulshan and Pyarali G. Nanji Orthopaedic and Plastics Centre is undergoing renovation to make needed upgrades that will improve the space for our patients and staff. The Plastics Clinic has temporarily moved to a location in the immediate area. Volunteers are on site and can assist with directions.

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

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.