Constructed in just nine weeks, the Offload Medicine Transition Unit (OMTU) expands hospital capacity and decreases ambulance offload times.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Irene Watpool and Rebecca Porteous have been on the front lines of COVID-19 clinical trials at The Ottawa Hospital.
When COVID-19 hit Ottawa, our community rallied, donating more than $2 million in support of equipment, PPE, and more than 60 research and innovation projects.
Paralyzed by Guillain Barré syndrome, Fran learned to walk again with help from our donor-supported CAREN system — one of only two like it in Canada.
The Ottawa Hospital is one step closer to opening one of the largest and most advanced hospitals in Canada, and is now pleased to share with the public the proposed design of the cutting-edge new campus that will be situated near Dow’s Lake at the foot of Ottawa’s Rideau Canal.
Our Biotherapeutics Manufacturing Centre is filling a critical gap in Canada’s capacity to manufacture experimental vaccines and cell therapies for COVID-19.
Hear from staff at The Ottawa Hospital, Ottawa Public Health and CHEO about what it took to stand up a testing centre in less than a week, and the impact it has had on the community in the past year.
Determined to make her community stronger, Dee Marcoux takes action, inspiring others with her match gift in honour of health-care workers.
Volunteers provide compassionate care and a helping hand at The Ottawa Hospital’s new Virtual Information Desk – the first of its kind in hospitals across Canada.
Gina is showing her gratitude by fundraising with vibrant calendars and participating in a research study that’s changing the standard of breast cancer care world-wide.
Award-winning trainee pioneers new research techniques and joyfully teaches them to others.
Surgeon-scientist Dr. Rebecca Auer is leading a trial she hopes will boost cancer patients’ immune systems, protecting them from COVID-19 and other respiratory infections.