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The Ottawa Hospital is Canada’s largest academic health and research centre and when it opens, the new hospital campus on Carling Avenue will be home to the most advanced trauma centre, most progressive digital technology, and one of the strongest neuroscience research programs in the world.
The new Civic development Checkpoint newsletter provides regular updates on our ambitious project to build a new hospital campus on Carling Avenue.
In this edition, find out how we will partner with the Unionized Building and Construction Trades Council.
In the latest edition of the new Civic development CheckPoint, you’ll read about what it means to build a universally accessible hospital, how the environmental cleanup of the site is beginning, and more.
In the latest edition of the new Civic Development CheckPoint, read how architects are designing the hospital with Ottawa’s daylight and weather patterns in mind. You’ll also get a look at groundbreaking research and meet the team working hard behind the scenes to plan a hospital for the future.
In this latest edition, you’ll read about how the finance team is planning for a $2.8 billion hospital, hear from Chair of Ottawa’s Planning Committee Jan Harder, and read about how the new Civic development will transform the patient experience – and more!
Earlier this spring, the hospital submitted stage 2 of the Capital Planning Process for its new Civic development to the Ontario Ministry of Health. As part of this submission, the hospital is now pleased to share with the public the proposed design of the cutting-edge new campus.
In this latest edition of CheckPoint, you’ll also read about “Early works” projects beginning on the new Civic development and hear from River Ward Councillor Riley Brockington, and more.
UPDATE on the new Civic development on Carling Avenue:
Our hospital is one step closer to opening one of the largest and most advanced hospitals in Canada with our recent submission of stage 2 of the Capital Planning Process to the Ontario Ministry of Health. The submission includes a proposed site plan, as well as detailed information on the programs that will be housed at the new Civic, including how much space each will need and equipment and staffing requirements. It also includes the development of a funding plan and a post-construction operating budget. The project is estimated to cost $2.8 billion. The Ministry of Health’s share is $2.1 billion, and additional funding will be raised locally through other avenues such as fundraising. For more information on the stage 2 submission, please visit: newcivicdevelopment.ca
“People in our region will come to this new facility for compassionate, skilled care. The new treatments and technologies that will be used and developed here will save lives and advance and revolutionize health care. This hospital is the future of health care.”
— Katherine Cotton, Chair of The Ottawa Hospital’s Board of Governors
“The transformation of The Ottawa Hospital will not be like anything we’ve done before. We are creating a facility – right here in our community – that will be the envy of the world for its ability to foster innovation in every aspect of healthcare.” – Cameron Love, President & CEO, The Ottawa Hospital
The new Carling site is the largest and most important healthcare infrastructure project ever in Ottawa. We are raising an unprecedented $400 million in community support and every dollar raised will help leverage four more dollars of government infrastructure investment.
This project is far more than simply bricks and mortar – this is your hospital. Join us as we re-imagine the future of healthcare