It’s a daunting task when you need to drive to the nearest hospital.
“We need to have some kind of GPS, so we know exactly where we’re at,” said Karen DeSantis, a senior scientist with the Centre for Health Information Technology at the University of Ottawa.
The team at the university is developing a map that will let you find hospitals and clinics near you.
They’ve put together a map of all the hospitals and nursing homes that are open 24 hours a day and seven days a week.
This interactive map lets you know which hospitals and facilities are open and which are closed on a regular basis.
You can also zoom in and out to see the locations of other areas of the city.
For example, a hospital in Ottawa’s southwest corner is open 7 days a month, but only for nursing home residents and residents of a particular neighbourhood.
In addition to providing an easy way to find the nearest hospitals, the map will also let people know how much it costs to visit a particular facility.
“What we’re trying to do is give people an idea of the cost of care, so if they’re looking to go to a particular hospital for a medical procedure, they can get the most affordable options,” DeSantes said.
The researchers also have a map for every hospital and facility in the city of Ottawa that’s open 24/7.
The interactive map also includes a list of the locations where nurses and other staff are allowed to practice, which will help people make informed decisions about which facilities they’d like to see.
There are a few things you can do to make sure you’re not missing out on the best of local services.
For example, if you’re in the area of Stony Brook Hospital, the hospital is open 24-hours a day.
If you’re looking for a particular nursing home, the University Health Network, which operates the facility, will let people in the neighbourhood know when it’s open.
And, if it’s not open for business, the Canadian Hospital Association has a website that will help you locate the nearest community health centre.
“We really hope that this will be a way for people to make informed choices when it comes to where they go to see a doctor or nurse or other health care provider, so they don’t have to worry about missing out,” De Santis said.