Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
2075 Bayview Avenue
M4N 3M5 Canada
Chief/Director of Orthopaedic Department
Hans Kreder, M.D.
Dr. Barry McLellen
We care for our patients and their families when it matters most.
In partnership with the University of Toronto, Sunnybrook leads by discovery,
teaching and learning.
University of Toronto
Canada’s Top 100 Employers 2011
Canada’s Top Family-Friendly Employers 2011
Greater Toronto’s Top Employers 2011
Canada’s Greenest Employers 2010
Number of Orthopaedic Residents
Length of Residency
Number of Orthopaedic Fellows
Length of fellowship
One to three years
Arthroplasty & Lower Extremity Reconstruction, Sport Medicine & Arthroscopy,
Foot & Ankle, Hand & Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity/Trauma, Musculoskeletal
Oncology, Shoulder & Elbow, Spine, Upper Extremity/Trauma and General.
Is CME required in your country?
Does your hospital/center conduct CME programs?
Average of 5 per month.
Average number of peer reviewed articles published annually
Number of beds
Total number of active medical staff (MDs)
Orthopaedic Surgeons – 18
Rheumatologists – 16
Physiatrists – N/A
Rehabilitation – 11
Number of scientists
Type of research
Scientists at Sunnybrook Research Institute (SRI) are grouped into five disciplines, which are
areas of common scientific expertise organized around similar methods:
Clinical Epidemiology, Clinical Integrative Biology, Combined Health Services Sciences, Imaging and Molecular and Cellular Biology.
Amount of grant funding received annually
Number of full time employees
Number of operating rooms
Number of orthopaedic surgeries
Ambulatory – 621
Inpatient – 2,452
Number of outpatient visits to orthopaedists, rheumatologists, and other medical services