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    Advanced Cancer Patients Benefit from Programs Combining Exercise, Nutritional Advice


    Patients with advanced cancer can benefit from a rehabilitation program combining exercise, nutritional...
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    Response to CBC story: Stroke rehab costs mount for Canadian patients, families


    Julie’s experience shared in CBC’s Stroke rehab costs mount for Canadian patients, families, is a...
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    The Ottawa Hospital and Bruyère Continuing Care Formalize Partnership


    Recently The Ottawa Hospital (TOH) and Bruyère Continuing Care formalized their partnership to provide...
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    Bruyère Village Considered the Right Venue in National Report


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  • Explore Bruyère

    Elisabeth Bruyère Hospital 

    Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital

    Ottawa’s First Hospital – Caring for our Community for over 160 Years
    This historic stone building was completed in 1845 and originally opened on Bruyère Street as the Ottawa General Hospital. Today Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital is a landmark in downtown Ottawa and offers the following programs and services:

    Care of the Elderly and Rehabilitation
    As Ottawa's largest single site provider of in-patient rehabilitation, Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital serves the community with 90 rehabilitation beds. The rehabilitation program is designed to maximize the functional ability of patients who have suffered injuries and offers geriatric and stroke rehabilitation.

    In partnership with the Rehabilitation Network of Ottawa, we provide stroke and in-patient geriatric rehabilitation and work in close collaboration with the Regional Geriatric Program of Ottawa.

    Palliative Care
    With 36-beds, Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital is home to Canada’s largest academic palliative care unit and is Ottawa’s only palliative care hospital unit. There are two types of admissions in the palliative care program; pain and symptom management and end-of-life care. The in-patient care provides an interdisciplinary approach to physical, psychosocial, and spiritual suffering. 

    We also offer an outpatient service through the Palliative Care Pain and Symptom Management team and the World's first palliative rehabilitation service.

    Community Services and Clinics at Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital

    • Bruyère Pharmacy
    • Diagnostic Imaging and Ultrasound Services
    • Geriatric Assessment Outreach Team
    • John & Jennifer Ruddy Geriatric Day Hospital
    • Bruyère Helpline
    • Memory Disorder Clinic
    • Palliative Care Pain & Symptom Management Team
    • Palliative Rehabilitation
    • Photoderm Clinic
    • Outpatient Stroke Physiotherapy Clinic
    • Bruyère Family Medicine Centre
    • Psychogeriatric Community Services of Ottawa-Carleton
    Academic Organizations

    Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital Highlights
    • As part of Bruyère Continuing Care, Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital is Ottawa’s second largest health care provider and Ottawa’s oldest hospital, established in 1845
    • Canada’s largest academic palliative care and end-of-life hospital unit
    • World's first palliative rehabilitation service
    • Ottawa’s first and only palliative care hospital unit
    • Ottawa’s largest provider of in-patient rehabilitation
    • Ottawa’s largest provider of stroke rehabilitation
    • Ottawa’s only provider of rehabilitation against the effects of aging
    • Home of the Élisabeth Bruyère Research Institute, one of only a few centres in Canada dedicated to studying quality of life issues for the elderly and improving rehabilitation and palliative care services

    For more information or to arrange a visit to Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital, please contact:

    Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital
    43 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON  K1N 5C8
    Tel.: 613-562-6262

    By email

     

    Saint-Vincent Hospital

    Saint-Vincent Hospital

    Ottawa’s Only Complex Continuing Care Hospital
    Founded in 1924, this 336-bed hospital was originally named Saint-Vincent House and located on King Edward Street in Ottawa. In 1932, it was taken over by the Grey Nuns of the Cross and moved to the current Cambridge Street location, which overlooks Lebreton Flats, the Canadian War Museum and the Ottawa River.

    Today Saint-Vincent Hospital offers 336 Complex Continuing Care beds and the following programs and services to patients suffering from  Parkinson's, respite care, ventilator-dependent, neuromuscular, and those in need of dialysis.

    Other Community Services

    • Satellite Hemodialysis Unit

    Saint-Vincent Hospital Highlights
    • Saint-Vincent Hospital is the sole provider of Complex Continuing Care in the Ottawa region.
    • Saint-Vincent Hospital treats 336 patients within three major continuing care streams:
      • Complex specialized care;
      • Restorative care; and 
      • Supportive care.

    For more information please contact:

    Saint-Vincent Hospial
    60 Cambridge Street North
    Ottawa ON  K1R 7A5
    Tel.: 613-562-6262

    Contact us by email

     
    Primrose Family Medicine Centre

    Primrose Family Medicine Centre has five staff physicians, 12 family medicine residents and allied health personnel including a nurse practitioner, pharmacist, dietician and social worker. In coordination with our sister unit, the Bruyère Family Medicine Centre, we offer a comprehensive and flexible postgraduate training program which is designed to allow our graduates to function independently in any setting. The clinic sees only patients currently registered; there is no walk in service. 

    Specialized clinics and services include:

    • Immigrant Clinic (provides services to newly arrived  immigrants through a partnership with
      Reception House)
    • Musculo – skeletal clinic
    • Therapeutic Lifestyle Clinic (prevention program, providing guidance in changes to lifestyle that will
      lead to improved health)
    • Shared Mental Health (access to a psychiatric team for short term interventions and prevention)
    • Chronic Disease Management (systematic management of chronic disease to ensure best practices, education in self care, comprehensive care and prevention)
    • Adolescent clinic
    • Minor Surgery
    • Diabetes education program


    Please click here if you would like to download the Primrose Family Medicine Centre brochure.

    Contact Information:

    Primrose Family Medicine Centre
    35 Primrose Avenue
    Ottawa ON  K1R 0A1
    Tel.: 613-230-7788

    Contact us by email


    Bruyère Family Medicine Centre

    The Bruyère Family Medicine Centre, located within Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital offers fully bilingual primary health services. It is a busy and vibrant family medicine centre, which serves a culturally and economically diverse population of all ages. The clinic sees only patients currently registered; there is no walk in service. The Bruyère Family Medicine Centre is one of the two sites of the Bruyère Family Health Team, an exciting model of inter-professional primary care delivery in Ontario. The staff is dedicated to the provision of excellent primary care.

    There are currently six clinical teams consisting of receptionist, nurse, and attending and resident physicians who provide primary care services in collaboration with a diverse group of allied health professionals, including nurse practitioners, social workers, a dietitian and a pharmacist.  

    Specialized clinics and services include:

    • Obstetrics
    • Pediatric Care
    • Counselling
    • On-site laboratory
    • Child Psychiatry Clinic
    • Diabetes Education Clinic
    • Chronic Disease Education
    • Sport Medicine Clinic
    • Surgi-Clinic
    • Shared Mental Health
    • Therapeutic Healthcare Clinic
    • Well Baby Clinic
    • Women’s Health Clinic
    • Wound Care Clinic

    Please click here if you would like to download a brochure about the Bruyère Family Medicine Centre.

    Contact Information:

    Bruyère Family Medicine Centre
    75 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON  K1N 5C8
    Tel.: 613-241-3344

    Contact us by email

     

    Élisabeth Bruyère Residence

    Élisabeth Bruyère Residence

    Long-Term Care in Ottawa’s Byward Market
    Élisabeth Bruyère Residence is a bilingual, 71-bed long-term care home located in the historic Byward Market area of downtown Ottawa. It is connected to Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital. Élisabeth Bruyère Residence helps its residents reach their physical, social, psychological and spiritual potential by providing personal, nursing, and supportive services. Patients with dementia receive specialized services.

    Residents of Élisabeth Bruyère Residence can take advantage of living downtown, with ample shopping, theatres, art galleries, museums, restaurants and other entertainment nearby. Élisabeth Bruyère Residence's location enables friends and family working downtown to visit their loved ones frequently.

    Élisabeth Bruyère Residence offers a variety of social activities and opportunities are tailored to the interests and abilities of our residents. Pet therapy or visits from school groups during special occasions are common for Élisabeth Bruyère Residence residents. 

    Individualized Care and Services include:

    • 24-hour-a-day nursing
    • Medical services
    • Personalized care
    • Banking services
    • Housekeeping, maintenance and laundry
    • Recreational and therapeutic programs
    • Dietetics
    • Pharmaceutical services
    • Physiotherapy
    • Spiritual care
    • Volunteer services
    • Specialized services such as dental care, optometry and chiropody services, as well as laboratory and radiology 


    Additional Amenities:

    Residents of Élisabeth Bruyère Residence can take advantage of living downtown, with ample shopping, theatres, art galleries, museums, restaurants and other entertainment nearby. Élisabeth Bruyère Residence's location enables friends and family working downtown to visit their loved ones frequently. We are on an OC Transpo bus route.

    Élisabeth Bruyère Residence also includes the following amenities:

    • Activity room
    • Cafeteria
    • Chapel and multi-faith prayer room
    • Community pharmacy
    • Boutique
    • Free videos
    • Hairdressing salon
    • Indoor, glass-enclosed garden providing a breath-taking view of Ottawa
    • Library
    • Outdoor seating and picnic area
    • Rooftop garden (seasonal)

    Activities

    We offer a variety of social activities and opportunities are tailored to the interests and abilities of our residents. Pet therapy or visits from school groups during special occasions are common for Élisabeth Bruyère Residence residents.

    Admission Information:
    Application for admission to Élisabeth Bruyère Residence must be made by the prospective resident or substitute decision-maker through the Champlain Community Care Access Centre, which can be reached by calling 613-745-5525. The applicant must be eligible for admission to a long-term care home as determined by the placement service. In general, a person requiring 24-hour on-site nursing and personal care is eligible.

    Please click here if you would like to download the Élisabeth Bruyère Residence brochure.

    For more information or to arrange a visit to Élisabeth Bruyère Residence, please contact:

    Élisabeth Bruyère Residence
    75 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON  K1N 5C8
    Tel: 613-562-6262 extension 4088
    Fax: 613-562-4223

    Contact us by email

     

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    Saint-Louis Residence

    A Waterfront Long-Term Care Facility for Francophones
    Saint-Louis Residence is a 198-bed francophone long-term care home situated in Orleans in Ottawa East. It is located in an enchanting setting on the banks of the Ottawa River and helps its residents reach their physical, social, psychological and spiritual potential.

    Saint-Louis Residence provides personal, nursing, and supportive services. It also offers a convalescent care program, with 12-beds for people needing time to recover after an operation or serious illness, before returning home or entering a physical rehabilitation program. Saint-Louis Residence provides specialized services for patients with dementia.

    Individualized Care and Services:

    • 24-hour-a-day nursing care
    • Medical services
    • Dietetics
    • Pharmaceutical services
    • Physiotherapy
    • Occupational therapy
    • Social work
    • Nurse practitioner services
    • Pastoral care
    • Volunteer resources
    • Banking
    • Recreational and therapeutic programs
    • Housekeeping, maintenance and laundry
    • Specialized services such as dental care, optometry and chiropody services, as well as laboratory and radiology services


    Community Services Provided:
    • A day program for people with physical or cognitive limitations. Our day program allows seniors who live in the community to partake in social activities from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday
    • The Télé-bonjour program, a telephone service designed to reassure seniors who live alone
    • A respite program, which has two short-term care beds. The program welcomes both French and
      English speaking seniors for periods ranging from one week to one month in order to lighten the load for their caregivers
    • A weekend respite program
    • A support group for caregivers  
    • Bruyère Y Child Care

    Activities
    A number of activities are organized for residents, including shows, musical games, physical exercise, card games, bingos, barbecues and parties on special occasions. In addition, the group PRO-AIDE teaches computer basics to interested residents. A greenhouse is also available.

    Amenities
    • Large grounds located on the shores of the Ottawa River
    • A chapel, with Mass celebrated daily
    • A library
    • A hairdressing salon
    • Access to public transit via OC Transpo’s bus number 131 Local North, which stops at our door every 30 minutes 
    • Several rest and visiting areas

    Admission Information
    Application for admission to Saint-Louis Residence must be made by the prospective resident or substitute decision-maker through the Champlain Community Care Access Centre, which can be reached by calling 613-745-5525.

    The applicant must be eligible for admission to a long-term care home as determined by the placement service. In general, a person requiring 24-hour on-site nursing and personal care is eligible.

    Please click here if you would like to download the Saint-Louis Residence brochure.

    For more information or to arrange a visit to Saint-Louis Residence, contact:

    Saint-Louis Residence
    879 Hiawatha Park Road
    Orleans ON  K1C 2Z6
    Tel.: 613-562-6262

    Contact us by email


    Élisabeth Bruyère Research Institute

    The Élisabeth Bruyère Research Institute is the champion of research, education and innovation for the wellbeing of aging Canadians and those requiring primary, continuing and palliative care. The Institute is a partnership of Bruyère Continuing Care and the University of Ottawa.


    Bruyère Village

    An innovative response to the needs of our aging population and the community
    One in four seniors living in Ottawa requires support for daily activities such as bathing, cooking, cleaning and other common household tasks. Yet for those thousands of people in our community there exists a severe shortage of supportive and affordable housing and related services that support nutrition, safety, and foster much-needed companionship.

    As the champion of our aging population, Bruyère Continuing Care is responding to this urgent need with the innovative Bruyère Village. Situated at the site of Saint-Louis Residence, on the banks of the Ottawa River in the east end of the city, Bruyère Village will include comprehensive components that meet the needs of an aging population such as: assisted living, affordable housing, long-term care, chronic disease management programs, a Family Health Team, indoor and outdoor recreation, healthy aging programming and outdoor walking paths. Bruyère Village is currently in the planning, approval and development stage.

    Our Vision for Bruyère Village
    In pursuing the development of the village, the vision of Bruyère Continuing Care is to provide a wide range of care for seniors so that they can:

    • Remain in their homes as long as possible;
    • Maintain healthy lifestyles;
    • Have easy and convenient access to different levels of housing that will include independent living, assisted living, long-term care; and
    • Have greater access to affordable housing.

    Want to find out more?
    Read the Bruyère Village Q&A or for more information, please call Bruyère Continuing Care at
    613-562-6262 ext. 2508, or email us.


    Bruyère Village Q&A

    Q: What is Bruyère Village?

    A: Bruyere Village will provide a much needed continuum of services, bridging the gap between independent living and long-term care. It will help people to easily move to long-term care when it’s needed. It will respond to the wide range of seniors’ care and healthy aging needs.

    Bruyère Village will include integral and much needed components such as: assisted living, long-term care and Adult Day Program (existing at Saint-Louis Residence), programs that assist with activities of daily living, escorts to appointment, home visits, chronic disease management programs, affordable indoor recreation, healthy aging programming and outdoor walking paths. The target population will be a combination of functionally well and the mild to moderately frail seniors (over 60 years of age) with mixed incomes.

    Bruyère Village will offer assisted living that bridges the current gap that exists in Ottawa between home care
    and long-term care. It will also invite seniors in the community to participate in programming offered through a Wellness Centre to help optimize mental and physical function, prevent and manage disease, and promote full engagement in life.

    The Bruyère Village concept matches care with needs, reducing the cost burden on the province. It assures that seniors living in the Village are safe and well cared for at the level they need, and offers support programming to seniors living in their homes in the surrounding community. Access to medical and care professionals at any hour when needed can reduce the stress and the high cost of emergency visits at acute care hospitals.

    Our goal for the Village is to provide the greatest possible independence and the highest quality of life through an economically sustainable model.

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    Q: Why a Village?

    A: Creating supports for daily living, affordable housing and healthy aging and wellness programming are all components that will support keeping seniors healthy, active and involved in their communities. In addition, a Village will be a starting point to address the Alternate Level of Care (ALC) situation in Ottawa. Approximately one in five patients in acute care hospitals are ALC patients whose health care needs could be better served in another type of setting – such as being proposed for Bruyère Village. Evidence shows that some ALC patients admitted to long-term care homes could have been better served in a lower level of care and that 10 to 17 per cent of long-term care residents could be in assisted living.

    By 2031, the seniors’ population in Ottawa (currently 90,000 people) will grow from 12 per cent to 22 per cent. Second only to Calgary, Ottawa has the fastest growing seniors’ population in Canada. 

    One in four seniors require support for activities of daily living (bathing, cooking, etc.), yet there exists a shortage of assisted living and other services that support nutrition, safety, companionship and learning for the seniors’ population in Ottawa.

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    Q: Why Bruyère Continuing Care?

    A: If you live in Ottawa long enough, Bruyère Continuing Care will touch you in some way: through a friend, a family member or, a neighbour. When Mother Bruyère first came to Bytown, she asked “What do we need and who are our most vulnerable?” Today, 165 years later, we continue to respond to community needs as they evolve, bringing personalized, compassionate care to seniors that ensures dignity and a high quality of life.

    You have come to know us as the champions of our aging population – parents, grandparents, friends and neighbours. We are the patient and hardworking healthcare professionals that help someone’s father, someone’s wife, someone’s best friend slowly and steadily recover from a debilitating stroke and walk out a month later to continue to enjoy an independent life. Through our commitment to compassion and our community, we are offering an innovative solution to the changing needs of our seniors. You should not expect anything less.

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    Q: Where is the funding coming from?

    A: Bruyère Continuing Care has already secured a grant from the Canada-Ontario Affordable Housing program of $5.4 million. This financing is part of the Federal/Provincial economic stimulus program. The rest of the construction cost will be financed through long term borrowing by Bruyère Continuing Care and recovered through rents at Bruyère Village. A portion of the funding for the Bruyère Village project comes from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care’s Aging at Home Strategy, through the Local Health Integration Network (LHIN). Operational funding for the assisted living services will be also provided by the Champlain Health Integration Network.

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    Q: How many jobs will be created by Bruyère Village?

    A: Bruyère Village will create 650 jobs during construction and 40 to 50 ongoing jobs once constructed.

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    Q: What kind of housing will be available at Bruyère Village?

    A: Bruyère Village will offer 227 distinct units:

    6 different models available, as follows:

    • One bedroom with shared living and dining space
    • One bedroom
    • One bedroom plus den
    • Two bedroom
    • Two bedrooms corner
    • Two bedrooms plus den

    Assisted living services will be provided to a number or residents (24-hour access to services 7 days per week) financed by the Champlain LHIN.

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    Q: Who will live at Bruyère Village?

    A: Bruyère Village will be a compassionate and caring home for the functionally well and, the mild to moderate frail seniors (60+). Our residents will come from mixed incomes and be representative of our community.

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    Q: How is Bruyère Village fostering innovation?

    A: At a single site, Bruyère Village will incorporate a number of innovations that are meant to improve the quality of life for seniors in our community including:

    • Three levels of accommodation specific to the needs of our senior population 
    • Cluster Housing
    • Wellness Centre
    • Senior-friendly technology
    • Greening initiatives
    • Outreach and integration with the surrounding Community

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  • Information Centre
    Bruyère Continuing Care is one of the largest health care centres of its' kind in Canada and a resource for information on the special care required by the elderly, people with chronic and terminal illnesses, and persons having suffered loss of autonomy.
     
    General Information: 613-562-6262

    Administration
    43 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON K1N 5C8
    Admissions:
    Communications & Media enquiries:
    Human Resources:
    Scheduling Resource Office:
    613-562-6262 (4000)
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    613-562-6262 (6352)
    613-562-6262 (2709)
    Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital
    43 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON K1N 5C8
    613-562-6262

    Bruyère Pharmacy (Retail):
    Bruyère Family Medicine Centre:
    Geriatric Day Hospital:
    Memory Disorder Clinic:
    Patient Accounts:
    Photoderm Clinic:
    Volunteer Services:
    Bruyère Helpline:
         Emergency response program:
         Toll-Free:

    613-562-6262 (6308)
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    Saint-Vincent Hospital
    60 Cambridge Street North
    Ottawa ON K1R 7A5
    613-562-6262

    Patient Accounts:
    Volunteer Services:

    613-562-6262 (2713)
    613-562-6262 (2761)
    Bruyère Research Institute
    43 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON K1N 5C8
    613-562-6045

    Palliative Care Research and Education:
    C.T. Lamont Primary Health Care and Research Centre:
    Care of the Elderly Research Program:

    613-562-6262 (1352)
    613-562-6262 (1589)
    613-562-6262 (1434)

    Élisabeth Bruyère Residence
    75 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON K1N 5C8

    613-562-6262 (4088)
    Saint-Louis Residence
    879 Hiawatha Park
    Orleans ON K1C 2Z6
    613-562-6262

    Bruyère Village
    879 Hiawatha Park
    Orleans ON K1C 2Z6


    613-562-6262 (2508)
    Bruyère Foundation
    43 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON K1N 5C8
    613-562-6319



    Research Ethics Board
    Protocol Officer

    613-562-6262 (1370)

    Comments
    We are committed to improvement. We will constantly work on the way in which we operate while maintaining the warm and attentive approach to health care for which Bruyère Continuing Care is known. If you have any comments or suggestions that would help us provide even better service please share your thoughts with us by email.
     
  • Ways You Can Help to Support Us

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    In Memoriam Program


    For many, the most meaningful way to honour the memory of a cherished life is through a contribution to a cause that played a special role in that person's life.


    icon-monthly-giving.gifPartners in Caring - Monthly Giving Program

    Many donors prefer to include regular charitable giving when they are planning their long-term financial strategy. Partners in Caring, our monthly giving program, makes donating that much easier by allowing donors to pre-authorize payments.


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    Major Gifts Program

    Many donors are often inspired to make leadership gifts in support of the vision and mission of Bruyère Continuing Care because of the difference it makes it so many lives.


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    Planned Giving Program


    More and more, our forward-thinking supporters are planning their gifts in advance and choosing to include Bruyère Continuing Care in their long-term philanthropy.

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    Bruyère Angels – Recognizing the People Who Make a Difference.

    From helping people to recognizing the extraordinary staff at Bruyère Continuing Care to venturing out in the community to thank our exceptionally generous donors, Bruyère Foundation believes in making sure the people around us know how much we care.

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    Tree of Life Program


    The Élisabeth Bruyère Tree of Life program was unveiled in March 1995 to mark the 150th Anniversary of the arrival of the Sisters of Charity in Ottawa. It is a tribute to the memory of Mother Élisabeth Bruyère and to the excellent work accomplished by the Sisters.
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Our Stories

A Love Story

Joe and Annie have been married for most of their long lives. Joe now needs a wheelchair to move around and just isn’t able to live independently anymore, even with his beloved Annie’s help.

Sadly, as it happens to so many of us in these situations, Joe and Annie were separated. Joe came to live at Bruyère’s Saint-Louis Residence while Annie stayed alone in the home where she and her husband had raised their children and lived together for many years.

My wife, Barbara, and I have been together for over 42 years. I can only imagine how awful...

Bruyère Continuing Care is

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Map & Directions

General Information: 613 562-6262

Map of Bruyère Hospital & Bruyère Research Institute
  • Élisabeth Bruyère Hospital
    43 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON K1N 5C8
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  • Bruyère Foundation
    43 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON K1N 5C8
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  • Bruyère Research Institute
    43 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON K1N 5C8
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Map of Saint-Vincent Hospital
  • Saint-Vincent Hospital
    60 Cambridge Street North
    Ottawa ON K1R 7A5
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  • Primrose Family Medicine Centre
    35 Primrose Avenue
    Ottawa ON K1R 0A1
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Map of Élisabeth Bruyère Residence & Bruyère Family Medicine Centre
  • Élisabeth Bruyère Residence
    75 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON K1N 5C8
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  • Bruyère Family Medicine Centre
    75 Bruyère Street
    Ottawa ON K1N 5C8
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Map of Saint-Louis Residence & Primrose Family Medicine Centre
  • Saint-Louis Residence
    879 Hiawatha Park
    Orléans ON K1C 2Z6
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