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Bruyère Ranks in Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals and Top Ten for Research Spending Growth


This week Bruyère was recognized as one of Canada’s Top 40 Research Hospitals by Research Infosource, moving up the list with $12.3 million in research spending in the 2021-2022 fiscal year. Bruyère was also in the Winner’s Circle as one of the top ten hospitals for research spending growth, ranking sixth in the country, representing Bruyère’s continued dedication to advancing care through discovery and knowledge.

“At Bruyère, our strength is not only in delivering quality care, but in driving the change we want to see for health care through best evidence and innovation,” said Guy Chartrand, President and CEO of Bruyère. “We are steadfast in our commitment to bridge compassionate, person-centered care with world-class research to maximize quality of life for those we care for and their loved ones.”

“Our research is about providing the best quality of life for our patients, residents, and community members,” said Dr. Kumanan Wilson, Interim CEO of the Bruyère Research Institute. "Our scientific teams are supporting the province and the country by creating needed knowledge and solutions and helping the vulnerable populations we serve.”

Bruyère Research Institute specializes in research on aging and long-term care, palliative care, rehabilitation and recovery, and social accountability (including strengths in primary care and health equity).

This year we have shared inspiring research success stories, including:


About Bruyère
Bruyère is an academic health care organization training the next generation of health care leaders and using research and industry partnerships to improve care. Bruyère plays a unique role in the region’s health care system providing specialized hospital care, primary care, long-term care, and assisted and independent living for older adults while the Bruyère Research Institute focuses on finding the next generation of care for aging Canadians and vulnerable populations.