Your support today unleashes
the potential of tomorrow
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.
From leukemia patient to multi-marathoner – with a walker
Leukemia patient, Bob Hardy, had a 40% chance of survival. But hope was restored after treatment at The Ottawa Hospital.
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New approach to treating brain tumours changed young patient’s life
Following a decade of mini-seizures, Stefanie Scrivens was diagnosed with grade 2 oligodendroglioma. She would be one of the first to benefit from a new treatment option that could increase her chance of survival – and it’s working.
COVID-19 at The Ottawa Hospital – signs of hope one year later
A community that rallied to support our hospital, the race to find answers to a relentless virus, and the story of three nurses caring for COVID-19 patients during unprecedented times.
Specialized therapy helps teacher with traumatic brain injury make remarkable recovery
After sustaining a severe traumatic brain injury, doctors weren’t sure if Casey Delaney would ever walk, talk, or return to her passion for teaching ever again. Today, she’s back in the classroom thanks to specialized therapy at The Ottawa Hospital.
Life-long educator and writer leaves gift in his will after peaceful passing through the Medical Assistance in Dying program
Clarence Byrd was always keenly aware of how he wanted to live his life and what would happen when he was gone. He carefully planned how he would leave a gift in his will to The Ottawa Hospital to ensure his legacy as an educator would continue for years to come.
Promising new projects thanks to donor-supported COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund
With more than $2 million donated to combat COVID-19, two new research projects have received receiving funding thanks to community support.
Determined local donor makes $500,000 match gift to honour healthcare workers
In honour of our healthcare workers, and to help make our community stronger, Dee Marcoux is taking action and matching donations up to $500,000.