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Dr. Jeffrey D. Gollish

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Orthopaedic Surgeon and Medical D...

The Holland Centre

Employment History

  • Medical Director
    The Holland Centre
  • Orthopedic Surgeon
    The Holland Centre
  • Orthopedic Surgeon and Head of Arthroplasty Service
    Orthopaedic and Arthritic Institute of Sunnybrooke and Women's College Health Sciences Centre
  • Head of the Arthroplasty Service
    Orthopaedic and Arthritic Institute of Sunnybrook and Women
  • Assistant Professor In the Department of Surgery
    University of Toronto
  • Associate Professor
    University of Toronto
  • Lecturer
    University of Toronto
  • Medical Director
    Holland Orthopaedic & Arthritic Centre
  • Head of Arthroplasty Services
    Holland Orthopaedic & Arthritic Centre
  • Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre


  • Medical Degree
    University of Toronto
  • undergraduate Engineering Degree
    University of Toronto
22 Total References
Web References
Dr Jeffrey Gollish, an ..., 3 Dec 2015 [cached]
Dr Jeffrey Gollish, an orthopaedic surgeon and medical director of the Holland Centre, says the hospital is excited to work with SeamlessMD to expand its strategy for patient- and family-centered care and improve the patient experience and health outcomes.
Info - Outside the Box: Advanced Practice Physiotherapists and Orthopaedic Surgeons: Teamwork that matches skill sets to patient needs | Issue 102 | COA Bulletin, 31 Jan 2015 [cached]
Simply put, the timing was right for Dr. Jeffrey Gollish, Medical Director, at the Holland Centre, Susan Robarts, orthopaedic physiotherapist, Deborah Kennedy, Manager of Rehabilitation and Program Development and Anne Marie MacLeod, the Centre's Director, to develop a team-based model of care aimed at reducing wait times and providing good care.
"By coincidence," recalls Gollish, "Susan Robarts had been networking with international facilities and came across a team in Glasgow that not only had faced similar wait time challenges and designed a solution, but also had a previous fellow of mine on staff.
"Previously", says Gollish, "some surgeons with large practices would see patients at the one or two-year mark and then tell them to call if they ever have any trouble.
Once a month, Gollish and the APP team do early morning rounds. The advanced practice team can ask for a topic to discuss or to see specific types of cases. "It's an ongoing education endeavour," says Gollish.
"Some patients may need surgeon input, depending on the complexity of their original problem," says Gollish, "but the vast majority of it can be done by the APP.
"The interesting thing for me" says Gollish, "is the wide spectrum of patients we've managed this way - from Joe and Joan Public to CEOs to physicians to lawyers, you name it - and no one has ever complained to me about seeing an advanced practice physiotherapist instead of a surgeon. Patients are actually calling up and asking if they can see a certain APP whom they've seen over time, which says to me that people understand where to get good care and it doesn't always have to be someone with an MD after their name."
Gollish gives credit to Bone and Joint Canada and Drs.
SunnyView, 16 Jan 2012 [cached]
Dr. Jeffrey Gollish, a top orthopedic surgeon at The Holland Centre says, we're seeing a real shift in who is going under the knife.
"Community-based orthopedic surgeons are ... [cached]
"Community-based orthopedic surgeons are on call for their hospitals' emergency departments on a significant basis, maybe every third or fourth night," says Dr. Jeffrey Gollish, orthopedic surgeon and Head of Arthroplasty Service at Toronto's Orthopaedic and Arthritic Institute of Sunnybrooke and Women's College Health Sciences Centre.
have to decide who gets looked after and when," says Gollish.
"We've got one chance for each patient," says Gollish.
Sunnybrook and Women’s College Speaker Series > Events, 27 Sept 2004 [cached]
Key speakers at the event were Dr. Gillian Hawker and Dr. Jeffrey Gollish.
Dr. Gollish spoke about his role as an orthopaedic surgeon and how hip and knee replacements can significantly improve a sufferer's quality of life. He also spoke about a new minimally invasive operation that is much less painful and has a shorter recovery time.
Dr. Jeffrey Gollish is the Head of the Arthroplasty Service at the Orthopaedic and Arthritic Institute of Sunnybrook and Women's. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto.
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