Statement by Guy Chartrand, Bruyère's President and CEO
June 1 is Intergenerational Day, celebrated in Canada since 2010. Last year, it was officially declared here in Ottawa by Mayor Jim Watson.
Bruyère is recruiting for a large number of permanent full-time and part-time positions in a number of different departments and programs. Temporary full-time and part-time positions may also be available.
The latest update on our COVID-19 response.
See how each Ottawa area hospital will be accepting messages or gifts for their patients along with guidelines to make sure we keep everyone safe from COVID-19.
How does a pandemic affect the physical and psychological health of adults as they age?
Working collaboratively with Ottawa Public Health we have enhanced testing at both of our long-term care homes for our residents and employees.
now been declared at both our Élisabeth Bruyère and
Saint-Louis Residences (Bruyère’s long-term care
This work will help identify and scale-up interventions that can mitigate the unintended harms to marginalized populations.
This is a joint message from Ottawa’s medical chiefs of staff
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