Campuses and Buildings
OHSU's Marquam Hill Campus sits on 116 acres overlooking downtown Portland. The university occupies 33 major buildings on the hill, and dozens of offices, clinics, education and research facilities throughout the state.
OHSU's 300-acre West Campus in Hillsboro includes the Oregon National Primate Research Center, the Neurological Sciences Institute, the Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute, the Institute for Environmental Health and OHSU's Department of Biomedical Engineering's Center for Spoken Language Understanding.
OHSU is a partner in the revitalization of the South Water-front Central District, a 31-acre area on the west bank of the Willamette River South of the Marquam Bridge. OHSU will develop roughly eight acres of the project. The first building, OHSU's Center for Health and Healing, houses physician practices, outpatient surgery, a wellness center, research labs and educational space.
An additional 20 acres of prime riverfront property was deeded to OHSU by the Schnitzer Investment Corp. in 2004. This gift positions OHSU to build an educational campus just north of the emerging South Waterfront District complex in the future.
Community Medical Practices
OHSU operates several neighborhood medical practices, including Bethany Village, Gabriel Park and Richmond in Portland, and an office in Scappoose.