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Every day people come to The Ottawa Hospital searching for answers; and every day, our innovative research brings hope to patients and their families. Every life changed, and every life saved through compassionate care and groundbreaking work at our hospital is made possible because of you.

We want you to be at our side; to help us push new discoveries and treatments forward, equip our team with the latest technology and equipment and ensure that our patients receive the very best care.

Creating Tomorrow

Catastrophic injuries require novel approach by our plastic surgery team
Karen Toop was hit by a snowplow while crossing the street in January 2012. She was critically injured when she arrived at our Trauma Centre. A multi-disciplinary team was ready to care for the injuries that some only see once in their career.
A meningioma tumour leaves mother facing blindness
With vision in her left eye deteriorating quickly, Michele Juma travelled from her home in Sault Ste. Marie to The Ottawa Hospital where she received specialized care after learning she had a meningioma tumour – and time was not on her side to save her vision.
Rare pheochromocytoma tumour gives young man the battle of his life
Bryde Fresque needed a skilled team to come up with a diagnosis of pheochromocytoma – a rare tumour that left his future uncertain.
Trauma and healing after explosion in Afghanistan
Bushra Saeed-Khan’s tour in Afghanistan was cut short after an IED nearly took her life. The Ottawa Hospital was ready to help her heal.
Breast cancer patients benefit from Ottawa-based study
Ottawa study is changing the standard of care for breast cancer patients world-wide.
Hope despite aggressive skin cancer diagnosis
Diagnosed with a stage 4 melanoma at the age of 62, Dan Collins feared for his life when he learned about the aggressive form of cancer. However, immunotherapy treatment gave him a reason to hold out hope.