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The Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism is based at the Riverside campus of The Ottawa Hospital. Our 4th floor location was completely renovated in 2004, and now encompasses administrative offices, conference/teaching rooms, a spacious ambulatory clinic area, and a contiguous clinical research centre that includes its own clinical assessment rooms, a wet bench clinical research laboratory, as well as a dynamic endocrine testing laboratory. Our basic, translational, and clinical research activities are linked to the Chronic Disease Program of the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI), and include studies addressing adipose tissue dysfunction, lipoprotein metabolism, gestational diabetes, autoimmunity in type 1 diabetes, and innovative models of quality and safety for diabetes care.
Our ambulatory clinic area is organized as the Foustanellas Endocrine and Diabetes Centre, and is the leading referral centre in Eastern Ontario for complex clinical care, research, and professional education. We serve a population of just over a million people, providing specialized bilingual, inpatient and outpatient care to patients and families with a variety of endocrine and metabolic conditions including diabetes, lipid disorders, thyroid cancer, osteoporosis, and disorders of the thyroid, the parathyroid, the pituitary, and the adrenal glands.
Our research activities, linked to the Chronic Disease Program of the OHRI and the University of Ottawa, are led by clinicians and basic scientists. They span a wide range of investigations, from biomedical translational studies to clinical research trials to models of health care delivery.
We provide outstanding postgraduate and undergraduate education opportunities. The fellowship program in Endocrinology and Metabolism at the University of Ottawa provides you with a dynamic, stimulating environment with a strong focus on residency education. A large catchment area ensures exposure to all types and severity of endocrine disease. Our program offers many diverse opportunities for domestic and visiting clerkship students interested in the field of endocrinology, ranging from outpatient clinical endocrinology to consultation services.Â Furthermore our elective opportunities can accommodate students at varying levels of training.
The Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism provides specialized inpatient and outpatient care for a population of just over one million people. The Foustanellas Endocrine and Diabetes Centre, located at the Riverside Campus, is the major referral centre for Eastern Ontario. There are approximately 20,000 patient visits per year for a wide variety of endocrine and metabolic conditions and complex diabetes care.