Meet some of the people from The Ottawa Hospital who are working to keep our community safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers at The Ottawa Hospital are exploring over 50 research projects to find better ways to treat and prevent COVID-19.
Set up in just three-and-a-half days, the Assessment Centre is an important part of the region’s response to COVID-19.
Dr. Jack Kitts leaves a legacy of kindness, humility and steady leadership. (Article courtesy of the Ottawa Business Journal.)
The Ottawa Hospital and Israel’s Sheba Medical Center will use the ‘ARC’ model, which focuses on open innovation and collaboration in health care.
The Ottawa Hospital’s Campus Engagement Group’s first report presents the emerging community vision of The Ottawa Hospital’s new campus.
Six weeks after having lung cancer surgery, Marie Lapointe was back to golfing several times a week.
Work on LRRK2 gene could lead to new treatments and prevention.
Understanding what drives a stem cell towards a certain fate is one of the keys to successful stem cell therapy.
During emergency surgery, Phyllis’ abdomen was left open for two days – it’s the reason she is alive today.
Donor’s gift contributed to ovarian cancer study that made headlines across Canada.
A clinical trial at The Ottawa Hospital saved Tom Clapp’s life, so now he’s inspiring community support and raising awareness to help save others.