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We’re greater together.

The planning and construction of a new campus for The Ottawa Hospital is one of the largest infrastructure projects in Ottawa’s history. It will be an economic driver for the city and an opportunity for our community to collaborate on a health and research facility that will reshape health care in Ottawa and care for the people of our region for generations to come.

What’s the timeline?

The new campus will take five years to plan and design and five years to build. The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) has a five-stage process for building a new hospital. Here are the stages:

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Stage 1

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Proposal and Master Plan

Look at population health trends and medical advancements; take stock of the hospital’s current services and programs, plan for future service models.

Stage 2

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Functional Program

Plan for space requirements and preliminary plans for staffing and equipment

Stage 3

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Preliminary Design

Design new campus in detail for all aspects of the buildings and the site as a whole, based on patient and community input

Stage 4

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Contract Documents

Refine architectural plans and detailed schedule for design and construction

Stage 5

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Construction

Construct all buildings, landscape areas around new campus

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Completion

The Ottawa Hospital’s new campus opens

 
 

 
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Where will the new campus be located?
The Ottawa Hospital’s new campus will be located on the Sir John Carling site, bordered by Carling Ave. and Queen Elizabeth Drive.

 

Map of The Ottawa Hospital's new campus

 

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