The OHSU Northwest Pituitary Center

As a regional leader, The OHSU Northwest Pituitary Center offers a full range of treatments for pituitary tumors and other pituitary gland disorders.

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OHSU Northwest Pituitary Center


No other healthcare facility in the Northwest region offers more pituitary disease expertise and resources to people with pituitary gland conditions and neuroendocrine disorders (problems with the hormone secretion system).

At the OHSU Northwest Pituitary Center, we perform more pituitary diagnoses, second opinions and pituitary gland procedures of all types than any other medical center in the region. Our experts treat simple and complicated pituitary conditions, and see more than 500 new patients from across the country each year.

We're part of OHSU, Oregon's only health and research university, so you have access to many clinical trials (research studies of the latest pituitary disease treatments and procedures). If you have a pituitary tumor or pituitary gland disorder, the OHSU Northwest Pituitary Center can provide all the care you need in one place.

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Our Location

Our clinic is at OHSU's Center for Health & Healing (8th floor), a state-of-the-art facility conveniently located in Portland's South Waterfront district. If you need surgery for a pituitary condition, OHSU Hospital offers the latest technology and a highly trained nursing staff. We bring you the most advanced care in a friendly, comfortable environment.

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About Pituitary Gland Disorders


Pituitary gland disorders are not common, but can be serious if they are not diagnosed and treated. Some pituitary gland disorders do not cause complications, but other pituitary disorders can cause serious problems, including blindness and death.

Because pituitary diseases have many different symptoms, they can be difficult to diagnose and treatment can be complicated.

Learn about common pituitary disorders

Learn about pituitary hormone problems

Gary's Story

Gary_Thumb I first noticed something was wrong in April 2010. Read more about how a whole team of specialists collaborated on Gary's pituitary tumor care