Delbrook Surgical Centre

Opening Hours : Monday to Friday - 8:30am to 4:30pm
  Contact : local: 604-985-7488 toll-free: 1-888-985-7488

General Surgery

General Surgery focuses on the organs in the trunk of the body and superficial skin/soft tissues of the body.

Breast Surgery

Breast surgeries are usually to remove abnormal tissue or tumors that may be benign or malignant. They include Lumpectomy, Breast Biopsy, Partial or Total Mastectomy, and Axillary Lymph node Dissection.

Excision of Scars, Cysts, or Tumors

Excision of Scars, Cysts or Tumors includes “Lumps and Bumps”, Lipomas, Benign and Malignant Tumors of the Soft Tissue.

The Fraser Institute report released October 15, 2007 states Wait times for Canadians needing surgery hit an all time high of more than 18 weeks in 2007. The 2007 survey found the total median waiting time for patients between referral from a general practitioner and treatment, averaged across all 12 specialties and 10 provinces surveyed, increased to 18.3 weeks from 17.8 weeks observed in 2006. This is primarily due to an increase in the first wait, between seeing the general practitioner and attending a consultation with a specialist.

Hemorrhoid & Anal Surgery

Hemorrhoids occur when the veins in the anus and rectum become swollen or inflamed. Other anorectal diseases which may require surgery include abscesses, anal fistula, anal fissure and polyps.

Hernia Surgery

What is a hernia?

A Hernia is a protrusion of tissue or an organ through the wall of the muscle that encloses it. Hernias are most common in the groin, umbilicus and epigastric regions or through an incision site.

For more information please visit www.herniarepair.ca.

Varicose Vein Surgery

Varicose veins are prominent or bulging veins usually seen on the legs. Surgery to ligate or excise veins is sometimes indicated for circulatory or other medical reasons, it can also be a cosmetic procedure.