Nurses at QCH


Choose your future. Love who you're with. 

Worlds best hospital 2021 by NewsweekQueensway Carleton Hospital is at the heart of the vibrant and growing west Ottawa community, helping more than 500,000 people each year. We must continue to expand and hire to meet the evolving needs of this community.

At QCH we are committed to doing more for our patients and for each other. We are 2,700 people working together as one team – proud of our friendly, close-knit culture. Forbes recognizes us as a top employer in Canada, Newsweek as a top hospital in Canada, #1 in Ottawa in 2019, and were named #1 in Ottawa again in 2021. We have high-quality acute care and an innovative spirit.

We invest in our staff at all levels to help you take your career in the direction you choose. Our employees thrive in a learning environment that offers lifelong growth through our partnerships with colleges, universities, and other healthcare programs. Whether you want to specialize in one area or try something new, our hospital provides a broad range of progressive acute care services, including emergency, childbirth, geriatrics, mental health, critical care, and acute rehabilitation services.


We know that diversity makes us stronger. Different viewpoints, expertise, and life experiences are essential to provide the best care for our patients. 

If you would like to challenge yourself and join us in caring for our community, please see our Job Postings section for current opportunities, and send in your application through the portal.

Thank you for your interest in QCH. We're committed to providing an environment which is respectful to all. If you have a disability which requires an accommodation during any stage of our recruitment process, please let us know how we can help you.


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QCH Partner Organizations

EORLA (Eastern Ontario Regional Laboratory Association) is a regional organization responsible for providing high-quality and comprehensive laboratory services to healthcare facilities and healthcare professionals in Eastern Ontario. EORLA serves as a central laboratory hub, supporting the diagnostic and testing needs of various medical institutions, including hospitals, clinics, and healthcare providers across the region. It plays a critical role in delivering accurate and timely laboratory results, helping in patient care, diagnosis, and treatment.


If you would like to apply or wish to search for job postings with EORLA, please click here: Eastern Ontario Regional Laboratory Association (EORLA) job postings


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