Hospital community: A world-class team
This year during Black History Month, we spoke to four people who work at our hospital who made history in their fields and are laying the groundwork for others to follow.
From busting myths about women in leadership to recruitment and support, the Women Physician Leadership Committee celebrates a decade of fighting gender bias in health care.
From the warehouse team to our supply attendants, porters and food service specialists–the one thing that ties all our staff together is their commitment to patient care.
World-class patient care
Airlifted to The Ottawa Hospital Trauma Centre with a severe arm injury and significant blood loss, Olympic equestrian Ian Millar was in awe of the skilled team ready to help save him.
It was January 23, 2012, when Karen Toop was rushed into our Trauma Centre after being hit by a snowplow. The extent of her injuries and the complex care she would need to survive was something her care team would never forget.
With vision in her left eye deteriorating quickly, Michele Juma travelled from her home in Sault Ste. Marie to The Ottawa Hospital for vision-saving treatment.
Research that is transforming care
Faced with the return of his lymphoma for the third time in ten years, Owen Snider was running out of options. But there was new hope when he was accepted into a made-in-Canada CAR-T therapy clinical trial.
Dr. Dean Fergusson received The Ottawa Hospital’s Grimes Career Achievement Award for trailblazing research that is saving lives and blood around the world.
Dr. Catherine Tsilfidis has assembled a world-class team to bring discoveries with game-changing potential to patients with retinal disease.
New Campus Development
Private patient rooms and bathrooms, a highly-advanced Trauma Centre and a world-class neurosciences institute. This is the New Campus Development.
Learn how the New Campus Development stands to dramatically boost Ottawa’s bottom line.