Bruyère Continuing Care

A local software firm is helping to speed up the process of screening health-care employees for symptoms of the novel coronavirus.
You can’t keep the Irish down, that much was clear at the annual Irish Canadian Luncheon hosted Friday, March 13 by the Heart & Crown in the ByWard Market.
Piano-playing physician Carol Wiebe and singing cardiac surgeon Fraser Rubens explore connection between music and medicine
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A problem-solver, community partner and a path home for patients across the region: Bruyère is a diversified health-care institution improving the quality of life for Ottawa residents.
It may be the oldest hospital, with the oldest patients, but Bruyère Continuing Care is out to change the future of aging with new and innovative technologies.
Construction launched this week on a long-awaited health facility in Ottawa’s east end
Bruyère Foundation seeks donations for purchase of medical equipment not funded by provincial government
An Ottawa company has joined forces with a major local health-care organization to offer technology that will alert caregivers when users suffer medical emergencies.
Guests danced late into the night at Broadway for Bruyère, an annual signature gala that featured party after party, plus primo seats Thursday to see the School of Rock musical at the National Arts