Inpatient Surgery


After your surgery, once it is safe to do so, you will be moved to the Surgical Inpatient Unit.  


The Surgical Inpatient Unit is located on Level 5 of the South tower.


The Surgical Inpatient Unit has private and standard ward rooms. 

If you have private health care insurance and would like to arrange specific accommodations, please inform the nurse during your pre-operative planning appointment.

Hours of Operation

What to Expect

During your stay

While on the Surgical Inpatient Unit you will be cared for by a Nurse and Physician. Depending on the type of surgery you had, you may also have a Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist involved in your care. Your discharge home may involve multiple members of our multi-disciplinary team. We will work with you to get you you home as soon as it is safe to do so. 

What to bring with you

  • Loose, comfortable clothes that are easy to put on for discharge home,
  • Hearing aids, dentures and eyeglasses and their cases,
  • Socks and comfortable shoes with non-skid rubber soles, such as running shoes,
  • Anything that will make your stay more comfortable, such as books or other diversions; Complimentary guest Wi-Fi is provided,
  • Toiletries such as a toothbrush and toothpaste, soap, deodorant, tissues or lip and skin moisturizer. Please do not bring any scented products.

Going home

When it is time for you to go home, we will provide you with information about after-care, follow-up appointments and community resources available during your recovery.

We aim to discharge patients from the Surgical Inpatient Unit early in the day. We ask that you please ensure your ride is ready and available to pick you up.

Tools & Resources

Contact Us:

Orthopaedics Inpatient Units
Location 5S100
Level 5, South Tower,
100 Wing


P: 905-632-3737 x4139