Mitchell H. Brown
MD, MEd, FRCS(C)
Program Director, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery Training Program,
Women's College Hospital
Tel: 416 323-6336
Fax: 416 323-6325
790 Bay St Suite 410
Clinical Assistant: Krista Martin
Dr. Brown is an Associate Professor in the Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto and is on active staff at Women’s College Hospital and North York General Hospital. He is an active participant in post-graduate and undergraduate surgical teaching. In clinical practice since 1995, Dr. Brown specializes in aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery, body contouring and facial rejuvenation procedures.
Dr. Mitchell Brown, B.Sc., M.D., M.Ed., F.R.C.S.C., is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Medicine in London, Ontario. He completed his medical degree in 1988.
Dr. Brown went on to complete a comprehensive surgical internship at Toronto Western Hospital, followed by a five-year residency in plastic surgery at the University of Toronto. In addition to this, Dr Brown completed a Masters in Education as part of the Fellowship in Surgical Education and was involved in developing new techniques to teach and evaluate technical performance in the operating room. In 1994, Dr. Brown became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in plastic surgery.
Dr. Brown has gained an international reputation for his work in aesthetic and reconstructive breast surgery and has lectured on his experience both nationally and abroad. Dr. Brown has been the Program Director for the Plastic and Reconstrucitive Surgery Training Program at the University of Toronto since 2007. Dr. Brown is a member of many plastic surgical societies, including the Canadian Society of Plastic Surgeons, the Canadian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the American Association of Plastic Surgeons and the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Aesthetic, Cosmetic & Breast Reconstruction