J.D. Scott Net Worth

J.D. Scott is an internationally renowned creative entrepreneur, actor, assistant director, celebrity impersonator, content producer, and stage performer. He has achieved success in the entertainment industry, finance, and real estate over the past 15 years. He has produced content for his own Scott Brothers Entertainment production company with his two brothers, Jonathan and Drew Scott. J.D. has won fans by impersonating popular celebrities and has co-hosted HGTV's 'Brother Vs. Brother' and 'Property Brothers' shows. He has also anchored the 'All-American Amusement Parks' show on the Great American Country channel. J.D. Scott is a true Jack of all trades and master of all, having achieved success in multiple fields.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor
Birth Day May 19, 1927
Birth Place Vancouver, Canada, Canadian
Birth Sign Gemini
Location 8440 112 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2B7
Coordinates 53°31′14″N 113°31′29″W / 53.520556°N 113.524722°W / 53.520556; -113.524722Coordinates: 53°31′14″N 113°31′29″W / 53.520556°N 113.524722°W / 53.520556; -113.524722
Care system Medicare
Hospital type Research, Teaching, Children's
Affiliated university University of Alberta
Emergency department Yes
Beds 885
Helipad TC LID: CEW7
Founded 1906
Website John W. Scott Health Sciences Library
Type University of Alberta Library
Established 1984
Criteria for collection Health Sciences

💰 Net worth

J.D. Scott, a Canadian actor, is projected to have a net worth ranging from $100K to $1M in 2024. Best recognized for his work in the entertainment industry, Scott has made a name for himself through his impressive acting skills. While he has shown versatility in his craft, his performances have resonated particularly with Canadian audiences. As his career progresses, it is expected that his net worth will continue to increase, given his talent and dedication to his craft.



The University of Alberta Hospital opened in 1906 with 5 staff members as the Strathcona Hospital. Since then, it has steadily grown into a world class facility today which now is staffed by over 8,000 staff and Physicians (as of 2007). The hospital began training Nurses through recognized apprenticeship program in 1908. In 1916 during World War I it served as the Strathcona Military Hospital. It was the provincial rehabilitation centre for the polio epidemics in the 1920s and 1950s. Dr. Hepburn, a pioneering neurosurgeon, developed "The Edmonton Tongs" as initial treatment for cervical spine injuries in the late 1920s. Dr. John Callaghan performed Canada's first open-heart surgery here in 1956, and the first heart valve replacement 6 years later in 1962. The first heart transplant in Western Canada was performed at the hospital in 1985, by 2001 the hospital had conducted 500 heart and heart-lung transplants. In 2001 the Stollery Children's Hospital opened. In 2006, the hospital had the most technically advanced and only intensive care unit dedicated solely to the treatment of burn patients.


The Stollery Children's Hospital is a 150 bed children's hospital that opened in October 2001. It is a hospital within a hospital being situated within the University of Alberta Hospital.


The University of Alberta Hospital, Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute and the Stollery Children's Hospital co-reside within the large Walter C. Mackenzie Health Sciences Centre (WMC) and act as embedded, "hospitals within a hospital." With 650, 146 and 89 inpatient beds in the three hospitals, respectively, WMC has an estimated total of 885 beds. The Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute is located in a new expansion to the WMC that opened on May 1, 2008.


The University of Alberta Hospital is home to the most comprehensive organ and tissue transplant program in Canada - providing gold standard care to more than eight million Canadians across Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Manitoba, Nunavut, the Yukon and the North West Territories. No other program offers the complete range of transplant procedures — heart, kidney, liver, lung, heart/lung, small bowel, pancreas, islet, eye and tissue.


The University Hospital's transplant program is claimed to be recognized as one of the best in Canada and the world. It has been ranked #6 worldwide in 2017 by CWUR. It is touted as a leader in both the numbers of transplant procedures performed and success rates. At the hospital, patients can receive heart, lung, liver, kidney, pancreas, intestinal and islet cell transplants.

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