About Bruyère

Bruyère Board of Directors

Call for Nominations 2020-2021

Ottawa’s first hospital was founded over 170 years ago by the Sisters of Charity. As a Catholic organization, Bruyère is carrying on the values and legacy of Mother Élisabeth Bruyère.

Bruyère is a multi-site academic healthcare organization that is maximizing quality of life and helping people stay and return home. We deliver a wide variety of services in aging and rehabilitation, medically complex, palliative, residential, and primary care. Our research leads to constant innovation in the services we provide with a focus on providing care that promotes independence.

The two inpatient hospital campuses, with a total of 450 beds, offer specialized care and rehabilitation for geriatric, palliative, medically complex, and stroke patients. The Academic Family Health Team is affiliated with the University of Ottawa and provides comprehensive primary health care to 17,000 patients from the Ottawa area at two locations. The two long-term care homes, with 269 beds, offer residents a caring environment with innovative, evidence-based programming that provide a sense of place and enhances quality of life.

We are looking for energetic, skilled individuals to become part of a strong team as we build for the future. Preferred candidates bring knowledge of the health care sector, a strong professional or business background, demonstrated leadership and time to contribute meaningfully to the organization. Recruitment will reflect the diversity of our community. Areas of specific expertise are reviewed on an ongoing basis and matched with current needs. This year, our particular focus is on skills sets and experience in large capital construction including project management and government approval processes.

Directors and community representatives are elected to a term of up to three years with eligibility for re-election. If selected as a candidate, the application process includes a face-to-face interview. As a new Director and community representative, you will receive a comprehensive orientation and be assigned a mentor to guide your growth and development.

Please send your completed application form and resume by April 17, 2020

Secretary of the Board of Directors
Bruyère Continuing Care
43 Bruyère Street, Room 722B
Ottawa, ON K1N 5C8

A detailed description of community representative and director responsibilities is included in the application form. If you have questions, please contact our board liaison at nboyer@bruyere.org or visit the board page on our website at www.bruyere.org