The Section of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Manitoba is dedicated to the training and successful graduation of qualified and competent orthopaedic surgeons.
The Section of Orthopaedics at the University of Manitoba was initiated in 1907 with Dr. H.P.H. Galloway as the first Chairman. The section has now 19 full-time faculty members who are involved in the teaching of residents, medical students and fellows.
The program involves several sites throughout the City of Winnipeg. Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre, Pan Am Center and Concordia Hospital are the three main teaching facilities.
During the five year program, residents will learn the principles and techniques of safe, effective, ethical and compassionate care of the patient.
Information on the application process to apply to our Program is available through the CaRMS website, under “Main Residency match (R1) – Program Information – Program Descriptions – By Discipline – Orthopaedic Surgery – University of Manitoba.
Winnipeg, Manitoba “The Friendly City”
Winnipeg is the capital of Manitoba with a population of about 625, 000 residents. It is geographically situated at the juncture of the Red and Assiniboine rivers. Winnipeg is known to be a very friendly city as well as being one of Canada’s most ethnic and culturally diverse cities.
The Residency Program Committee oversees the residency education program and is responsible for the overall training program. The Committee includes resident representation and meets formally each month. Both confidential and public minutes are kept.
Residency Program Committee
Dr. Ted Tufescu – Program Director
Dr. Peter MacDonald
Dr. Tod Clark
Dr. Jamie Dubberley
Dr. Brad Pilkey
Dr. Michael Goytan
Dr. Jason Old
Dr. Susan Thompson
Dr. Colin Burnell
Dr. Jeff Leiter
Dr. Yiyang Zhang
Dr. Gabriel Larose
Ted Tufescu MD FRCSC