While orthopaedists may perform surgery to restore function lost as a result of injury or disease of bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments, they are also involved in all aspects of health care pertaining to the musculoskeletal system. They combine medical, physical and rehabilitative approaches to complement their surgical techniques.
The emphasis at Pan Am Clinic is on hand surgery, non-elective (medically necessary) cosmetic surgery and surgery for minor skin lesions. Some of the traumatic hand injuries from the Health Sciences Centre are referred to the Pan Am Clinic and are done on an urgent basis in the operating room. Other referrals are generated through the Minor Injury Clinic and from the Primary Care Sport Medicine Physicians. Some of the hand surgeries are done in conjunction with the Orthopaedic subsection of Hand.
Hours: The Orthopaedic Clinic is open Monday to Friday – 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Office hours vary for each individual surgeon.
The Orthopaedic Surgeons see patients in clinic on the Main Floor and Second Floor of the Pan Am Clinic.
|Dr. Laurie Barron||204.927.2630||204.927.2675|
|Dr. Heather Barske||204.927.2823||204.927.2675|
|Dr. Tod Clark||204.927.2837||204.927.2675|
|Dr. Dave Dillon||204.927.2681||204.789.9246|
|Dr. Jamie Dubberley||204.925.1578||204.927.2675|
|Dr. David Huebert||204.927.2658||204.925.1579|
|Dr. Peter MacDonald||204.925.1546||204.453.9032|
|Dr. Jonathan Marsh||204.927.2845||204.927.2675|
|Dr. Jason Old||204.927.2767||204.927.2675|
|Dr. Greg Stranges||204.927.2825||204.927.2675|
|Dr. Jarret Woodmass||204.925.1531||204.927.2675|
|Dr. Jennifer Giuffre||204.927.2835||204.927.2675|
|Phone||Fax||Main Office Location|
|Dr. Dimitrios Balageorge||204.788.5768||204.784.4123||Manitoba Clinic|
|Dr. Allan Hammond||204.787.2395||204.787.2901||Health Sciences Centre|
|Dr. Albert Longstaffe||204.233.4710||204.235.1654||Tache Ave|
|Dr. Timothy McCarthy (Rheumatology)||204.788.5738||204.784.4116||Manitoba Clinic|
You must have a referral from your doctor before an appointment can be booked for you.back to top ↑
Yes, you must have a referral from your doctor before an appointment can be booked for you.back to top ↑
Patients should bring a pair of shorts to change into for assessments of the waist down.
Patients should bring a tank top to change into for assessments of the waist up.
A valid health card (i.e. purple Manitoba Health Card).
A pair of shorts to change into for assessments of the waist down.
A tank top to change into for assessments of the waist up.
Copies of lab tests, x-rays or other investigations pertinent to your problem, if available.
Appointments with the Specialist are covered when a valid Manitoba Health card is presented. We also accept valid health cards from all other Canadian Provinces and Territories, with the exception of Quebec.back to top ↑
Wait times to see a surgeon for an initial consultation will vary depending on the surgeon’s patient volume and the severity of your injury. You will be contacted by the surgeon’s office when an appointment has been booked for you.back to top ↑