UHN: Toronto Western Hospital

Each year, we have 3-4 rotating senior or graduating residents who come to learn the principles of reconstruction following oncologic ablation including breast reconstruction and head and neck reconstruction, microsurgical skills, and management of complex cutaneous malignancies.


UHN: Toronto Western Hospital
399 Bathurst Street Toronto, ON M5T 2S8


(416) 603-2581



The Hand Surgery Program at the Toronto Western Hospital is a collaborative effort by the Divisions of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery as well as the Division of Orthopaedic Surgery. The practice is concentrated in the area of adult hand surgery and includes a broad spectrum of reconstructive problems, hand trauma, arthritis, surgery and peripheral nerve problems. There is also a moderate amount of microsurgical activity and TWH is the replantation center for Metropolitan Toronto. As such, residents can gain excellent exposure or experience in microvascular techniques.

General Plastic Surgery services are provided by attending staff surgeons, senior plastic surgery residents, junior surgical residents, and senior medical students in their 3rd and 4th years of medical training. The hospital provides consultations, post-operative follow up, and ongoing treatment for conditions such as leg ulcers and diabetic feet.