About Dr. Aronyk
He’s best known as a visionary responsible for bringing some of the most advanced technology in the world to the University of Alberta Hospital, a brain surgeon who has cared for thousands of patients of all ages through his career, and a dedicated volunteer who somehow finds the time to commit hundreds of hours to enrich our community. Dr. Keith Aronyk will forever be remembered for his most signature of traits – compassion for his patients, and selfless acts of kindness, integrity and inspiration to all who know and work with him.
Wayne Gretzky, Honorary Chair
University Hospital Foundation Brain Centre Campaign
“Keith is one-of-a-kind. You’d have to look long and hard to find another doctor like him.” A driving force behind the University Hospital Foundation’s Brain Centre Campaign, Dr. Aronyk played leading role in creating one of Canada’s most advanced surgical suites with the Dan & Bunny Widney Intraoperative 3T MRI Surgical Suite, and in bringing Gamma Knife, the most sophisticated form of non-invasive brain surgery, to Edmonton.
About the Fund
Fellow doctors and the community have come together to create the Dr. Keith Aronyk Fund for the advancement of Neurosciences at the University of Alberta Hospital.
As someone who has spent much of his career with the lives of his patients in his hands, Dr. Aronyk has left no stone unturned in seeking ways to advance brain patient care. Help us carry on his vision by donating to the Dr. Keith Aronyk Fund for the advancement of Neurosciences at the University of Alberta Hospital.
With your generous support, the fund will ensure that activities such as education, recruitment and research in neurosciences will continue to flourish at the University of Alberta Hospital site and the University of Alberta.
Together, we will keep Edmonton at the forefront of brain patient care.
Purpose of the Fund
Dr. Keith Aronyk Award for the Recruitment and Residency Training Program in Neurosurgery
Dr. Keith Aronyk Fellowship in Neurosurgery
Dr. Keith Aronyk Visionary Leadership Lecture Series in Neurosurgery
Research related to innovations in Neurosurgery
Cross-discipline clinical research and education in neurosciences that includes nursing and allied health professionals
Enhancements to patient care, including investments in technology and state-of-the-art equipment to advance neurosurgery
Your gift matters because…
1 in 3
Canadians will be impacted by a brain disorder in their lifetime
Nearly one million patient visits are made to the University Hospital every year
1 to 2
is the number of days for brain surgery patients to recover from an incision-free gamma knife treatment.