Wait Time - Surgical Wait Time in New Brunswick


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Wait Time

The wait times on this page provide you with information on how long you might wait for surgery. If you have questions about your wait time, please contact the access management office at the facility where your surgery will be done. If you have concerns about the length of time you have been waiting, please contact your family physician or your surgeon to discuss further options.

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Hip replacement, Province-wide
Involves replacing the femoral head - the "ball" of the thighbone - with an artificial ball. The ball attaches to a stem that fits into the thighbone. An artificial socket is implanted into the pelvic bone to replace the damaged socket.
CommunityHospital5 out of 10 surgeries were completed within...9 out of 10 surgeries were completed within...National benchmark
BathurstChaleur Regional Hospital135 day(s)210 day(s)
CampbelltonCampbellton Regional Hospital155 day(s)446 day(s)
EdmundstonEdmundston Regional Hospital93 day(s)247 day(s)
FrederictonDr. Everett Chalmers Regional Hospital301 day(s)467 day(s)
MiramichiMiramichi Regional Hospital180 day(s)539 day(s)
MonctonDr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre157 day(s)280 day(s)
MonctonMoncton Hospital213 day(s)436 day(s)
OromoctoOromocto Public Hospital  
SackvilleSackville Memorial Hospital  
Saint JohnSt. Joseph's Hospital  
Saint JohnSaint John Regional Hospital217 day(s)471 day(s)
St. StephenCharlotte County Hospital  
SussexSussex Health Centre  
WatervilleUpper River Valley Hospital  
Province-wideAll Facilities201 day(s)446 day(s)


Please note: data from January – March 2020 onwards should be viewed with caution as wait times have been directly impacted due to COVID-19.

Wait times above are for surgeries completed from January 2020 to March 2020. Wait times are calculated from the date that the patient and physician agree to the surgery and the patient is ready to receive it to the date of the completion of surgery and are collected through the Surgical Access Registry. These statistics do not include emergency surgeries. Timeframes during which the patient was not available to have surgery are excluded from the wait time calculations.

*For privacy concerns, some data is not shown because of low volumes.

Information in the Surgical Access Registry comes directly from facilities throughout NB. The accuracy of the registry is entirely dependent on the data submitted by the facilities. The Department of Health assumes no liability for the hospital information.

Website data was last updated on April 9, 2020. This website is updated on a quarterly basis; the next update will take place in July 2020.