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"Go Paperless" and CHEO will receive $5 towards a new paperless, portable echocardiography machine.

A simple change of habit – such as going paperless – can change hearts at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO). The funds from this year’s E-Billing campaign will help the hospital purchase this critical piece of equipment for its neonatal intensive care unit. This machine monitors the blood pressure inside the veins, heart and arteries of these tiny ‘champions’. It also measures blood flow and how much oxygen is in the blood.

Last year, more than $100,000 was raised for CHEO’s Patient Monitor Upgrade Project.

Why should I register for E-Billing?

E-Billing is convenient, easy to use, and completely secure – not to mention environmentally-friendly! When you sign up for E-Billing, you will have access to electronic versions of your current bill as well as up to two years of past bills 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. After registration, you will no longer receive a paper bill by mail. Instead, you will receive an email when your E-Bill is ready for viewing online.

How do I register?

To sign up for E-Billing, you must have an online account. Setting up an online account is easy – it just takes a few minutes. All you will need is your most recent paper bill in hand in order to reference your Hydro Ottawa account number, as well as a valid email address

Once you’ve created an online account, you can register for E-Billing online or by calling us at 613-738-6400 (Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. and Saturday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.).

Already an E-Billing customer? Register for automated payments and CHEO will receive $5.

Be at the Heart of Change. Register today!

How do I pay my E-Bill?

You can pay your E-Bill automatically through one of our automated payment plans. You can also pay your E-Bill by credit card, or online or by phone through your financial institution.

Please note: Your E-Bill cannot be printed and then used to make payment by mail, or in person at a financial institution. It does not include an OCR (Optical Character Recognition) line which is a payment processing requirement.

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