It’s time for a building that matches the capabilities of our people and meets the needs of every patient.

Our bold plan includes a $2.8 billion, world-class healthcare centre — a continuously evolving tool for innovation and state-of-the-art technology that brings the latest medical advances and research breakthroughs to the bedside. 

What does tomorrow look like?

SINGLE-PATIENT ROOMS

With space for loved ones to spend the night and a private, accessible bathroom, patients will have the privacy they need to heal. Each room will be equipped with a “smart” digital screen that will connect them with their care provider, health information, and appointments while allowing them to order a meal and stay in touch with friends and family. 

1,335 beds

Space for loved ones to spend the night

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Private, accessible bathrooms each with their own shower

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"Smart" in-room digital screens will connect patients to their care providers, health information, and appointments while allowing them to order a meal and stay in touch with loved ones

INNOVATIVE DESIGN FOR A HEALTHIER PLANET

We aim to be net-zero when it comes to our carbon footprint.  

With innovation infused into every detail of our new hospital, it will withstand climate change and environmental disasters, while supporting water conservation, energy-efficient building services, and green transportation.

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Reducing energy demands and incorporating renewable energy technologies

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Using low-carbon fuel sources

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Designing for climate and disaster resilience

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Building accessible, enclosed pathways for pedestrians, wheelchair users, cyclists, and LRT passengers

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Addressing human and food waste

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Using micro-grid and smart-grid design for hydro

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Planning for water conservation

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Preparing for widespread adoption of zero-emission vehicles, including adding EV charging stations

INNOVATIVE DESIGN FOR A HEALTHIER PLANET

We aim to be net-zero when it comes to our carbon footprint.  

With innovation infused into every detail of our new hospital, it will withstand climate change and environmental disasters, while supporting water conservation, energy-efficient building services, and green transportation.

TOH_Renewable-Energy_Colour

Reducing energy demands and incorporating renewable energy technologies

TOH_Carbon_Colour

Using low-carbon fuel sources

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Designing for climate and disaster resilience

Path

Building accessible, enclosed pathways for pedestrians, wheelchair users, cyclists, and LRT passengers

TOH_Human-and-Food-Waste_Colour

Addressing human and food waste

TOH_Micro-Grid for Hydro_Colour

Using micro-grid and smart-grid design for hydro

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Planning for water conservation

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Preparing for widespread adoption of zero-emission vehicles, including adding EV charging stations

ACCESSIBLE FOR EVERYONE

From top-to-bottom, outside and in, planning will ensure patients, visitors, and staff with all types of physical, visual, hearing, mental health, intellectual, and learning disabilities will have dignified, equitable, and inclusive access to our hospital.  

INCLUSIVITY AND DIVERSITY

We’ll continue to focus on recruiting a diverse workforce and providing dignified and compassionate care to patients of any age, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religious background, or socioeconomic status. 

Our partnership with the Indigenous Peoples Advisory Circle will ensure the traditions and values of our Indigenous communities are reflected at the New Campus Development as well as all our campuses.  

INCLUSIVITY AND DIVERSITY

We’ll continue to focus on recruiting a diverse workforce and providing dignified and compassionate care to patients of any age, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religious background, or socioeconomic status. 

Our partnership with the Indigenous Peoples Advisory Circle will ensure the traditions and values of our Indigenous communities are reflected at the New Campus Development as well as all our campuses.  

“We’re completely transforming how our children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren will be cared for. No one else will do this for us. It’s our turn.”

Roger Greenberg, Chair, Campaign to Create Tomorrow

Together, we will transform the future of healthcare for us all.

It's time to create a better tomorrow.

The New Campus Development Checkpoint provides regular updates on our ambitious project to build a new hospital campus on Carling Avenue.

About the Campaign to Create Tomorrow

The Campaign to Create Tomorrow is the largest fundraising campaign in our region’s history. It will help fulfil the most ambitious vision ever for the future of The Ottawa Hospital, focused on four critical pillars.  

NEW CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT

INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY

See how we’ll become the most technologically advanced hospital in the country, using the latest tools to provide the right care in the right space with the right provider.
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WORLD LEADING RESEARCH

Through our unique collaborative model of clinicians and researchers working side-by-side, we will bring groundbreaking discoveries to patients in Ottawa — and around the world.
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STRENGTHENING CRITICAL SERVICES

From trauma care to cancer advancements to neuroscience, we will strengthen our critical services for patients across the region.
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