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System Performance

TIME FROM DECISION TO HAVING ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY


This is how long patients waited from deciding with the surgeon to proceed with knee replacement, hip replacement or other orthopedic (bone or joint) surgery, to having the surgery is done.

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Provincial × Surgery

Patients with emergency conditions (Priority 1) are treated immediately. They are not included in wait times data. The wait time is displayed for the larger health organization to which a hospital belongs. Even if a procedure is not offered at a selected hospital, data will appear for the larger health organization.

Learn about priority levels and target times.

June 2018
All Patients Combined:

76%of patients were treated within the target time

Priority 4 Patients:

Patients who should be treated within a target time of 182 days

Waited on average

118Days

81% of patients were treated within target time
Priority 3 Patients:

Patients who should be treated within a target time of 84 days

Waited on average

139Days

56% of patients were treated within target time
Priority 2 Patients:

Patients who should be treated within a target time of 42 days

Waited on average

85Days

45% of patients were treated within target time

SEARCH RESULTS:

Provincial × Surgery

Compare results across hospitals for the priority level with the most patients:

For this surgery, most patients are categorized as Priority 4. Hospitals with no data available will not appear in the comparison table. Learn why some data is not available.

Hospital name Average (Days)
Ontario 118
North Bay Regional Health Centre 44
St. Michael's Hospital 50
Cambridge Memorial Hospital 53
Perth And Smiths Falls District Hospital 57
Bluewater Health 59
Markham Stouffville Hospital 62
Halton Healthcare Services Corporation 62
Queensway Carleton Hospital 66
Pembroke Regional Hospital Inc. 68
Toronto East Health Network 69
Humber River Hospital 71
Joseph Brant Hospital 71
Hopital Montfort 72
North York General Hospital 76
Rouge Valley Health System 76
Lakeridge Health 77
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre 77
Sault Area Hospital 78
University Health Network 85
St. Thomas-Elgin General Hospital 88
Southlake Regional Health Centre 94
The Ottawa Hospital 94
Grey Bruce Health Services 98
Ross Memorial Hospital 100
Stratford General Hospital 100
Peterborough Regional Health Centre 105
Health Sciences North 108
Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre 108
Mackenzie Health 109
Quinte Healthcare Corporation 113
The Scarborough Hospital 118
Cornwall Community Hospital 129
Woodstock General Hospital 129
Guelph General Hospital 130
Windsor Regional Hospital 131
Niagara Health System 134
St. Joseph's Health Centre Toronto 139
Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation 153
Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre 156
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance: Public General Hospital Society Of Chatham 156
Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital 184
St. Joseph's Health Care System Hamilton 188
Kingston Health Sciences Centre 190
William Osler Health System 191
Lake Of The Woods District Hospital 239
London Health Sciences Centre 254
Grand River Hospital Corporation 256
Timmins And District General Hospital 325
Brant Community Healthcare System 333
Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital 544


Percentage of patients whose surgery was completed within the provincial target wait time, in Ontario, 201706 to 201806
20170620170720170820170920171020171120171220180120180220180320180420180520180602040608010074.074.074.074.074.074.074.074.075.075.075.075.071.071.072.072.073.073.074.074.075.075.074.074.076.076.0MonthPercent
Ontario
201706 74.0
201707 74.0
201708 74.0
201709 74.0
201710 75.0
201711 75.0
201712 71.0
201801 72.0
201802 73.0
201803 74.0
201804 75.0
201805 74.0
201806 76.0

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Data source: Wait Time Information System™ (WTIS™), Cancer Care Ontario. For more information, please visit the Indicator Library for the technical description of average time, volume, and percentage within target.

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