Oregon Health & Science University performed a heart transplant earlier this month, its second this year after a yearlong suspension of the program.
The federal award will help the university train more physicians in addiction medicine, an area that's sorely needed in Oregon.
An Oregon Health & Science University employee who sued the institution last year, claiming she suffered harassment from a coworker, has settled her claim for $350,000.
The Oregon Health Authority undereported Multnomah County's COVID-19 hospitalization numbers to Gov. Kate Brown, but the plan to reopen the county will move forward regardless.
American Family Care (AFC), the nation’s largest provider of urgent care and accessible primary care, is the first outpatient medical provider in Oregon to implement a rapid test for COVID-19 that recently received emergency use authorization by the FDA.
New Study Reveals Number of Unpaid Caregivers in America Grew by 9.5 Million in Five Years to Total 53 Million
Each year, Salem Health Foundation awards scholarships to students pursuing careers in health care. For the upcoming 2020-21 academic year, the foundation awarded $110,000 in scholarships to 90 students, bringing the total scholarship-funded awards to more than $3.3 million since 1968.
Leaders at the Oregon Department of Corrections said Wednesday the spike in positive cases of COVID-19 outside its prisons poses an obstacle to resuming in-person visits between families and inmates.
The president is arguing that the United States is finding more cases of COVID-19 because we are testing more.
Starting next Wednesday, residents will be required to wear masks in indoor public places in Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Hood River, Marion, Polk and Lincoln counties.