OHSU Facts

Oregon Health & Science University is Oregon's only public academic health center and respected nationally as a prominent hub for life-changing research. It educates health professionals and scientists, and provides leading-edge patient care, community service and biomedical research.

Economics and funding

Annual operating budget: $2.8 billion
State appropriation: 1.3%

Research

Award dollars: $389.6 million
Award dollars from out of state: 91%
Invention disclosures: 151
NIH funding ranking: 28th

Health care

Patients: 290,194
Patient visits (includes hospitals and medical/dental clinics): 994,313
Staffed beds: 573 (145 for pediatrics)
Licensed beds: 576

Education

OHSU helps to educate 4,566 students and trainees
Students in degree programs at OHSU, including shared programs with others: 3,454
(Includes 770 students enrolled in joint OHSU programs with Portland State University, Oregon State University and Oregon Institute of Technology.)
Residents and fellows in health care: 812
Postdoctoral fellows: 300
Degrees Awarded:  1,141
Faculty: 2,743

Philanthropy

Gift dollars: $635 million
Gifts: 22,223
Number of donors: 14,375
Total Onward campaign giving: $1.35 billion
(Campaign launched in Oct. 2015)

Facilities and Employees

Employees: 15,642
Capital expenditures: $216.7 million
Square feet of building space: 7.8 million

Alumni

Number of alumni overall: 39,064 (living)
Alumni living in Oregon: 53 percent

All data is from fiscal year 2016 with the exception of education statistics, which reflect the academic calendar year, and the philanthropy campaign total.

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