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Dr. Keith E. Aronyk

Clinical Head of Neurological Services

University of Alberta

Direct Phone: (780) ***-****       

Email: k***@***.ca

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University of Alberta

2-45 Medical Sciences Building

Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2H7

Canada

Company Description

The University of Alberta in Edmonton is one of Canada's top teaching and research universities, with an international reputation for excellence across the humanities, sciences, creative arts, business, engineering, and health sciences. Home to more than ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Physician

Alberta Health Services

Affiliations

Divisional Director, Neurosurgery
Capital Health

Member of the Committee On Cancer
Alberta Medical Association

Education

MD

medical degree

University of Alberta

Web References (21 Total References)


Dr. Keith Aronyk, Clinical ...

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Dr. Keith Aronyk, Clinical Head of Neurological Services, University of Alberta Hospital; Faculty, University of Alberta 780-407-6870 - Keith.Aronyk@albertahealthservices.ca


"Gamma Knife radiosurgery is pain and ...

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"Gamma Knife radiosurgery is pain and incision-free," said neurosurgeon Dr. Keith Aronyk, director, division of neurosurgery, University of Alberta Hospital. "There's no operation.


Department of Pediatrics Members

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Keith Aronyk Pediatric Surgery Tel: (780) 407-7001 Fax: (780) 407-7005


Presenters Bios

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Dr. Keith Aronyk

Dr. Aronyk was born and raised in Alberta.He received his medical degree from the University of Alberta in 1977 and completed an internship at the Edmonton General Hospital in 1978.He pursued further studies at Cornell Medical Center in New York, The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, and Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago.He joined the active staff at the University of Alberta Hospital in 1984.He revisited Children's Memorial and Northwestern Medical Center in Chicago from 1991-1993 before returning to Edmonton.He has continued his practice as a pediatric neurosurgeon at the Stollery Children's Hospital ever since.He has held the role of associate professor of surgery at the University of Alberta since 2000.His areas of interest and research include hydrocephalus, shunting, and spinal dysraphism.


Alberta Medicine Centennial

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Pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Keith Aronyk is respected as much for his skill as a surgeon as his caring, compassionate approach to medicine.Dr. Aronyk received his medical degree from the University of Alberta in 1977 and completed an internship at the Edmonton General Hospital in 1978.His natural affinity for children led him to pursue a special interest in pediatric neurosurgery, and in 1984 he joined the active staff at the University of Alberta Hospital.

Today, Dr. Aronyk is the director of pediatric surgery at the University of Alberta Hospital and chief of pediatric surgery at the Stollery Children's Hospital. Since 2000, he has held the role of associate professor of surgery at the University of Alberta.He is a longstanding member of many professional groups and association, and from 1986-89 sat as a member of the Alberta Medical Association's Committee on Cancer.
While Dr. Aronyk is renowned for his medical expertise and surgical skill, it is his ability to connect with young patients and their families that makes him a truly exceptional physician.He meets families when they are at their most vulnerable, often immediately after their child has been diagnosed with a potentially life threatening condition.While the well being of his patients is always his primary concern, he also devotes considerable energy to ensuring parents understand and are comfortable with the course of treatment that is required.He takes time to answer questions and explain procedures, and in the process helps families find the hope in each situation.

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