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Update on Elective Surgeries

Effective June 29, 2020, Trillium Health Partners will slowly begin to resume surgeries that have been on hold during the pandemic including some surgeries that require a hospital stay. Patients will be prioritized based on priority and wait time standards set by the province. These patients are currently being notified.


We thank all of our community members for their patience and understanding as we work to safely address the needs of our patients and respond to the ongoing needs of the community as a result of COVID-19. 



Information for patients having surgery during COVID-19 ​



Trillium Health Partners offers our patients better health care in the surgical programs and quality state of the art inpatient and outpatient care.

We’re a leader in surgical services and our exceptional team of Surgeons, Anesthesiologists, Nurses, Anesthesia Assistants, Registered Nurse First Assistants (RNFA), Respiratory Technologists, and Perfusionists continue to excel and break ground in their surgical specialties.
Our surgical specialties are:
  • Ambulatory
  • Cancer Surgery (Surgical Oncology)
  • Cardiovascular*
  • ENT (Ears, Nose and Throat)
  • General Surgery
  • Gynecology
  • Hapatopancreaticobiliary (HPB) Surgery*
  • Neurosurgery*
  • Oral maxillofacial/dental
  • Opthalmology
  • Orthopedics*
  • Plastics
  • Thoracic
  • Vascular Surgery*
  • Urology

*Regional services

Whether you’re with us for a few hours or a few days, we’ll provide you with the care and information you need to return to your everyday life as soon as possible.
Inpatient Surgery Units
Our surgical units have patients at all stages of recovery. Patients are admitted post-operatively from the post anesthetics care unit (PACU) and also from the emergency room. Patient care is prioritized based on the patient's condition.
If you need the nurse, please use the handheld call bell. Your call will be answered promptly and the nurse will respond as soon as possible. Urgent and emergency situations with other patients may prevent your nurse from responding to your call immediately.
When Will I See My Doctor?
Many patients and families ask when the doctor will be making rounds. Each day their visit may be at a different time depending on your doctor’s schedules. We suggest that you write down questions for your doctor so that you can make the most of your time together, or communicate with staff or physician by using your white boards located in your room. In an urgent matter, your nurse can contact your doctor or the doctor on-call as necessary.
A team of cleaners is responsible for cleaning rooms and the nursing unit. The nurses will straighten or change your bed as needed. The surgery units have chosen to make an environmental commitment in an effort to conserve energy and water and would appreciate your help. If you can re-use your towels or facecloths please hang them on the towel racks in your room. Otherwise the staff will replace your linens as needed.
Suggested Personal Items To Bring With You
  • Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Deodorant
  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrush
  • Slippers
  • Mouthwash
  • Comb/hairbrush
  • Robe
  • Facial Tissues (Kleenex®)
Please be careful with your dentures and glasses as the hospital is not responsible for lost items.
Personal Items to Leave At Home
  • Large amounts of money
  • Jewelry and items of sentimental value   
Visiting on the Surgery Units
Family is defined as whomever the patient would consider family.
There may be instances when the nurses will ask visitors to step out of the room while providing nursing care. We understand that this may be inconvenient for you and your visitors but we are sensitive to the needs and privacy of all our patients. Under special circumstances it can be discussed with the Nurse Manager or delegate if there is a family request to stay overnight.
Children are welcome to visit on the units when the family deems that their visit would be of benefit to either the patient or the child. Please remember that the hospital environment can be hazardous to young children and thus it is important that the children are under close adult supervision at all times.
For your convenience there is a patient and family lounge.
Discharge Plans
Discharge time is 0800 a.m. Please make arrangements with your family to pick you up at this time. This is necessary to prepare the room for the next patient. The team will be happy to help facilitate any special arrangements you may need, including home care.
Did You Remember To...?
  • Make arrangements for someone to take you home
  • Ensure you have been given instructions about your treatment, medication and/or convalescent care, from your physician or nurse.
  • Take home prescriptions and any other medications you brought with you
  • Make arrangements for any required post-hospital care
  • Make note of any follow-up appointment you have been given
  • Check to be sure you have collected all your personal belongings
Paediatric Surgeries
The following resources are for children who will be undergoing surgery at THP to help them better understand what to expect:

Paediatric Surgery at Credit Valley Hospital

Paediatric Surgery at Mississauga Hospital

Location and Hours of Service
Queensway Health Centre
150 Sherway Drive, Etobicoke, ON
(416) 259-6671
Pre-op Centre (0800-1600 Hours)
Operating Room (0730-1530 Hours)
Post Anesthetic Unit (PACU) (0730-1630 Hours)
Day Surgery (0630-1800 Hours)
Surgical Clinic (0730-1530 Hours)
Mississauga Hospital
100 Queensway West
Mississauga, ON
(905) 848-7100
Operating Room – 24/7
Post Anesthetic Care Unit (PACU) – 24/7
Day Surgery – 0600-1900 hours
Inpatient Units – 24/7 
Credit Valley Hospital
2200 Eglinton Avenue West
Mississauga, ON
(905) 813-2200
1 (877) 292-4CVH (4284)
Operating Rooms 24/7
PACU 24/7
Day Surgery 0600-2300
Inpatient Units 24/7