Oregon Health & Science University just received a crucial go-ahead to restart its heart transplant program after a yearlong suspension.
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A medical crisis hit the heart transplant program at Oregon Health & Science University the year before it collapsed. A rash of patients died, giving the program its worst outcomes in three decades.
Providence Health & Services said Thursday it will start a heart transplant program thanks in part to a $75 million gift from Phil and Penny Knight.
Just over a month after the collapse of Oregon Health & Science University's heart transplant team, the university's top cardiologist is shedding his leadership role.
Providence’s leading heart failure specialist, Dr. Jacob Abraham, is a busy man.
He sees patients and conducts research, recently helped oversee a clinical trial of a device that repairs a heart valve, increasing the life and survival rates of patients with few options.
The heart transplant team at Oregon Health & Science University has lost another professional.
Weeks after suspending its heart transplant program, Oregon Health & Science University announced it will hire outside consultants to look at what went wrong.