Partnerships and Affiliations

The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI)

The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI) is the research arm of The Ottawa Hospital and an affiliated institute of the University of Ottawa. Our goal is to make tomorrow’s health care possible today; bringing new hope to our patients, while advancing health research at a global level. With more than 1,500 scientists, clinical investigators, trainees and staff, and total revenues in excess of $100 million, OHRI is one of the foremost Canadian hospital-based research institutes.

The Department of Medicine holds 81% of all active OHRI funding!

Bruyère Continuing Care

Bruyère Continuing Care is the champion of well-being for aging Canadians and those requiring Continuing Care, helping them to become and remain as healthy and independent as possible through innovative and compassionate care, research, education and advocacy. The Department of Medicine, Division of Palliative Care operates primarily out of this facility.

The University of Ottawa Heart Institute

Canada’s largest and foremost cardiovascular health centre dedicated to understanding, treating, and preventing heart disease. Delivering high-tech care with a personal touch, shaping the way cardiovascular medicine is practiced, and revolutionizing cardiac treatment and understanding.The University of Ottawa Heart Institute builds knowledge through research and translate discoveries into advanced care. They serve the local, national, and international communities as we pioneer a new era in heart health.

Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO)

CHEO is a pediatric health and research center providing outstanding family-centered patient care, pioneering breakthrough research, and training the health care professionals of tomorrow.

The University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine

The Faculty of Medicine is committed to the advancement of health through education, research, and exemplary patient care for the well being of the society we serve. The Faculty of Medicine bears special responsibility to the communities of the Ottawa/Carleton region, the Franco/Ontarian community, and affiliated communities of Northern and Eastern Ontario. To fulfill these responsibilities, the Faculty of Medicine seeks to prepare a sufficient number of our students to function professionally in both official languages.