Posted on Wednesday, June 03, 2020 10:48 AM
CHEO, the leading provider of specialized pediatric health services in the region, is currently recruiting volunteers to join its Board of Directors. CHEO’s Board of Directors is responsible for the overall governance of the organization - its members set the organization’s strategic priorities and ensure they’re met; they provide ongoing oversight of the quality of care provided; and ensure financial resources are managed appropriately.Vacancy - Board of Directors:
CHEO is seeking to fill two vacancies...
Posted on Thursday, June 25, 2020 02:30 PM
During the week of June 29, all hospitals in the Champlain region will return to paid parking for all staff, medical staff, patients, families and caregivers. CHEO will resume parking fees on July 2.
We have not charged anyone, including families and our staff, for the past three months. The decision to resume parking fees is part of the region’s overall plan to gradually and safely increase clinical services in our community. Over the coming weeks, more people will be parking on-site as they come...
Posted on Wednesday, June 10, 2020 02:00 PM
Looking for more information about how CHEO is increasing clinical services?
Visit our COVID-19 webpage
This is a joint message from chiefs-of-staff at hospitals in the Champlain Region
OTTAWA – June 10, 2020 – Hospitals in the Champlain Region are taking a safe, coordinated and gradual approach to increasing scheduled services, which were postponed at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. While hospitals and their clinicians are eager to care for as many patients as safely possible, this measured...
Posted on Friday, June 05, 2020 09:43 AM
Our vision at CHEO is the best life for every child and youth, regardless of who they are or the circumstances of their birth. Discrimination and injustice hurt kids in real ways. Racism harms their health and will have enduring impacts well into adulthood. Anti-racism is not a finish line to reach, it is ongoing work we all must do.
That’s why we are in solidarity with those standing up for themselves and for others. We are horrified by the many overt examples of racism, injustice and discrimination...
Posted on Tuesday, June 02, 2020 05:00 AM
Ottawa — With safety top of mind, the Kids Come First Health Team has come together for some of the region’s most vulnerable children and youth — those who are, or at risk of, experiencing maltreatment, such as abuse or neglect — during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Home may not always be a safe place, but it is the only place young people have been allowed to be for weeks.
Add in school closures, and financial and emotional stresses on families, organizations working with...