Ontario is moving forward with the planning for The Ottawa Hospital’s Civic Campus Redevelopment by providing a planning grant of up to $3 million. This funding will assist The Ottawa Hospital with the costs of completing the early capital planning requirements for the proposed project.
The government will provide The Ottawa Hospital with specific planning parameters to ensure the alignment of the Civic Campus Redevelopment and the Ontario’s Patients First: Action Plan for Health Care.
A planning grant is an important step towards the realization of the redevelopment of The Ottawa Hospital’s Civic Campus, providing the hospital with the resources to begin the planning process, including essential community engagement and developing the project’s scope and scale.
Investing in the future of Ontario's hospitals is part of the government's plan to build a better Ontario through its Patients First: Action Plan for Health Care, which provides patients with faster access to the right care; better home and community care; the information they need to live healthy; and a health care system that is sustainable for generations to come.
“The new Civic Campus of The Ottawa Hospital is about the health and well-being of our community. The $3 million Capital Planning Grant from the Ontario government is to start the planning phase of this project - which is an exciting and important next step. This hospital has been in the centre of Ottawa for almost 100 years serving the residents of our community, and now we are planning for a 21st century hospital to provide world-class health care into the next 100 years!”
- Yasir Naqvi, MPP of Ottawa Centre, on behalf of Ottawa Caucus
“With this investment of $3 million to support the next phase in the development of the Civic Campus of The Ottawa Hospital, we are planning for the future for Ottawa patients. Making these necessary investments in our health care system is part of our commitment to put patients first by increasing access to care and reshaping the system to better serve the health care needs of Ontario’s patients in the years to come.”
- Eric Hoskins, Minister of Health and Long-Term Care
“Today’s planning grant is an important milestone in our journey to create a 21st century hospital for the citizens of Ottawa and the Champlain LHIN. I want to recognize our local MPPs for their commitment to our community and thank the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care for his support for The Ottawa Hospital.”
- Jack Kitts, CEO of The Ottawa Hospital
The MOHLTC’s capital planning process for hospital projects is a 6-stage process.
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