Interprofessional Clinic at Perley Rideau

The Interprofessional Clinic offers bilingual services to the community for children and adults of all ages in: Audiology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, and Speech Language Pathology.

The Interprofessional Clinic at Perley Rideau is now restricted to essential services to long-term care residents and staff only.

Permitted access to staff after completing Main Entrance screening.

To combat the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 and on the recommendation of the Ministry of Health, the Perley Rideau Veterans’ Health Centre is now limiting visitors to only essential visitors – those who have a resident who is very ill or dying.

As a result, visitors/clients/patients to the Interprofessional Clinic at Perley Rideau will not be permitted access.

Only staff from the clinics will be provided access.

Essential services will be maintained for all long-term care residents and staff.

The clinic will be contacting all clients in the next few days to inform them of this change in access. At this time, staff will respond to questions to inquire whether service can be provided by phone and/or telepractice.  We continue to accept new referrals and will contact you as soon as the clinic reopens.

We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.

Please visit our website for up to date information or contact the clinic by phone at 613-526-7125 or by email at

Welcome to the Interprofessional Clinic

The Interprofessional Clinic offers bilingual services to the community in:

Occupational Therapy
Speech Language Pathology

The clinic excels in interprofessional collaboration and serves as an interprofessional clinical training center for the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Health Sciences programs. Research is regularly conducted in the clinic as part of the initiative to be a leader in fostering innovative practices in clinical practice and education.

The Clinic also offers continuing education workshops and presentations for clinicians, educators, and other individuals interested in learning more about new rehabilitation practices.