The Division of Orthopedic Surgery and its residency training program at Queen's University have a long history of excellence in orthopedic clinical care, orthopedic education, and musculoskeletal research.
The program is currently based principally out of Kingston Health Sciences Centre, which are members of the Southeastern Ontario LHIN.
Dr. Davide Bardana is the Program Director and Jeanine MacRow
is the Program Coordinator for the Orthopedic Surgery Residency Program.
The Division of Orthopedic Surgery covers a broad range of orthopedic subspecialty disciplines, including lower extremity and total joint replacement, hand and upper extremity, microsurgery, paediatric orthopaedics, spine surgery, sports medicine and arthroscopic reconstruction, foot and ankle surgery, orthopedic traumatology and oncology.
With the recruitment of new faculty members to key positions, and continued liaisons with other groups such as the Human Mobility Research Centre
, the Division of Orthopedic Surgery looks forward to a bright future, continuing and improving upon its tradition of high quality patient care, education, and research.
Orthopedic Surgery Clinical Teaching Units
Our Orthopedic Surgery Division is organized into four distinct Clinical Teaching Units, each focusing on specific specialties.
• CTU A - Sports Medicine and Upper Extremity
Service Chief: Dr. A. Campbell
• CTU B - Arthroplasty
Service Chief: Dr. M. Harrison
• CTU C - Pediatrics and Spine
Service Chief: Dr. D. Borschneck
• CTU D - Trauma
Service Chief: Dr. J. Yach