Tamara Hargens-Bradley

OHSU, Adventist Announce Portland-Area Partnership

Adventist Health Portland and OHSU announced a final agreement to integrate their clinical activities and services in the Portland metropolitan area through an affiliation that becomes effective Jan. 1, 2018.

Sharon Anderson, M.D., appointed dean of the OHSU School of Medicine

Anderson is the second woman to lead Oregon's nationally ranked medical school

Sharon Anderson, M.D., a nationally accomplished clinician, educator, researcher and leader, will be the next dean of the OHSU School of Medicine in Portland, Oregon, overseeing nearly 2,500 faculty representing 19 clinical departments, seven basic science departments, and multiple research cente

Area couple donates $12 million to OHSU guest house

The Gary & Christine Rood Family Pavilion will provide lodging for out-of-town OHSU patients and their families

PORTLAND, Ore.– Gary and Christine Rood of Vancouver, Washington, who have strong ties to OHSU and a passion for addressing differentiated housing needs, have donated $12 million to Oregon Health & Science University to help provide temporary lodging for patients and family members who must t

OHSU Center for Evidence-based Policy receives federal funding to improve child welfare in Oregon

Third Sector Capital Partners, Inc. to provide federally funded technical assistance to accelerate exploration of implementing Pay for Success in Oregon

The Center for Evidence-based Policy at Oregon Health & Science University has been selected as part of a national competition to assess the feasibility of implementing an innovative funding model called Pay for Success to improve child welfare in Oregon.

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