MGH’s campus transformation continues with major renovation work this spring. Patients and visitors can expect to experience noise, hallway closures and detours around the hospital. Read more about our campus transformation.
As of Monday, January 23, 2023, Michael Garron Hospital’s Preoperative Assessment Clinic has moved to T1 in the new Ken and Marilyn Thomson Patient Care Centre. The Thomson Centre is located on MGH’s campus at the corner of Coxwell and Sammon Avenues.
The Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at Michael Garron Hospital (MGH) provides outstanding, community-based patient care while contributing to the training of future Plastic Surgeons within the University of Toronto.
Our vision is to provide safe, effective and fiscally responsible care for all of our patients.
Areas of Expertise
- Aesthetic and Body Contouring Surgery
- Breast Reduction Surgery
- Breast Reconstructive Surgery
- Cancerous and Non-cancerous Skin Lesions
- Hand Surgery
- Peripheral Nerve Surgery
Surgical safety is a priority within our group. Like our colleagues, the Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons at MGH are committed to providing safe, high quality care delivered with kindness and respect. We have implemented the World Health Organization (WHO) Surgical Safety Checklist. Additionally our Division has been actively participating in numerous measures associated with the University of Toronto Best Practices Group, including the standardization of the selection and administration of preoperative antibiotics. We strive not only to meet our already high standards, but to participate in initiatives to further improve the quality and safety of patient care. The Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery participates in the MGH Quality Plan with the goal to identify target areas for further improvement and track our progress.
We are affiliated with the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Toronto. As such, we have the privilege and responsibility of participating in the education and training of future surgeons.