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Finding information about your health shouldn’t be complicated. Healthy Tomorrows is a collection of health stories, insights and tips from experts at The Ottawa Hospital to help you and your family live healthier lives.

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Cameron Love
A candid conversation with Cameron Love

Cameron Love, President and CEO of The Ottawa Hospital, talks about his priorities, staff and physician wellness, the role of research and innovation, and his gratitude for the staff and community.

Breast Health Centre Reception
A new era in breast health at The Ottawa Hospital

The Breast Health Centre at The Ottawa Hospital is committed to providing an exceptional level of care for our patients, approaching each case with medical excellence, practice, and compassion. Read more «

Christine Murphy, Ph.D. and Dr. Sudhir Nagpal
Team approach to wound care leads to ‘fabulous’ experience

Debora LePage was referred to the Limb Preservation Clinic to help heal her wound after an amputation. The unique team approach at the clinic was both a comfort to Debora and a shining example of how working together can produce incredible results.

Peter Juryn in sailboat waving
Sailing enthusiast tests patient-centred approach to Parkinson’s care

Sailing is a life-long love affair for Peter Juryn that began when was nine years old. Unfortunately, the medication he takes for Parkinson’s disease was making it harder to do the things he loves.

image of Dr. Pierre Antoine Brown
New centre of excellence provides hope for those with cystic renal kidney disease

Gina Hedges remembers, not long ago, when she had to travel to Toronto just to receive treatment for her polycystic kidney disease. But that’s changing. A new centre of excellence at The Ottawa Hospital will provide access to radiologists, urologists, surgeons and others, all in one place.

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