Living and Working In Portland
WHERE WE WORK
- 560 beds, Level 1 trauma center
- The Department of Orthopaedics has 24 faculty members including 18 orthopaedic surgeons, two PM&R specialists, one family practice doctor (sports medicine) and three research faculty.
- Orthopaedic surgeons on the faculty cover all specialty areas. There are two foot & ankle surgeons, two hand & upper extremity surgeons, three spine surgeons, two trauma specialists, two sports medicine specialists, two joint replacement specialists, two general orthopaedists, two orthopaedic oncologists and one orthopaedic pediatrician.
- The department has more than $2 million in current research grant funding and more than 40 current research projects.
- The department has its own biomechanics and basic science labs.
Doernbecher Children’s Hospital:
- 151 beds
- One pediatric orthopaedist
Portland VA Medical Center:
- 245 beds
- Six part-time faculty
Legacy Emanuel Hospital:
- 554 beds, Level 1 trauma center
- Legacy Emanuel has six orthopaedics faculty including two hand and microvascular surgeons, two specialists in foot & ankle and deformity correction, one trauma surgeon and one spine surgeon.
- This facility also has its own biomechanics lab.
Shriner’s Hospital for Children:
- 40 beds
- Shriner’s Hospital has eight faculty. Full-time faculty members include two spine surgeons, two lower extremity surgeons and one general pediatric orthopaedist. Part-time faculty includes two hand and upper extremity surgeons and one general pediatric orthopaedist.
- This facility has a gait analysis lab and an on-site prosthetics and orthotics lab.
Please note: All of the hospitals listed above, with the exception of Legacy Emanuel Hospital, are located on the OHSU campus and are connected by sky bridges. Legacy Emanuel Hospital is a seven to 10-minute drive or a 30-minute bike ride from the OHSU campus.