OHSU is breaking ground in so many ways

Graphic Art Depiction of the Center for Health & Healing Building 2, the Knight Cancer Research Building and the Gary and Christine Rood Family Pavilion.

Join us for a community open house on March 22, 2019 from 6:30a.m. - 6:30p.m.
Self-guided tours of the space will be available.

At OHSU South Waterfront, we’re building a new model for health care. We’re bringing research, healing and family well-being to one place, with each part lifting the others to new heights:

•    The Center for Health & Healing Building 2
•    The Knight Cancer Research Building
•    The Gary and Christine Rood Family Pavilion

Three buildings.
One new way of delivering health care.

Center for Health & Healing Building 2

The Center for Health & Healing Building 2 is dedicated to reinventing how you heal. We’ll deliver the most advanced treatments in a setting designed for your convenience, comfort and fast recovery. Clinics will open in Spring 2019 and will offer easy drop-off and check-in areas, plus a pharmacy and cafe. It will also host Knight Cancer Institute clinical trials, giving you access to promising new therapies.

Services include:
•    Digestive Health Clinic
•    Knight Cancer Institute Clinics and Infusion
•    Laboratory
•    Multi-specialty Procedure Unit (endoscopy, electrophysiology, catheterization and interventional radiology)
•    Overnight Recovery
•    Pharmacy
•    Preoperative Medicine Clinic
•    Surgery

Knight Cancer Research Building

The Knight Cancer Research Building is home to 338 top researchers (and counting), all working together to end cancer as we know it. The breakthroughs made here will quickly become the medicine practiced next-door at the Center for Health & Healing Building 2 — and around the world.

This seven-story research building opened in September 2018, and is uniquely designed to drive collaboration among the world’s leading experts in cancer research, from a wide range of disciplines. This $190 million project was made possible with $160 million from the Oregon Legislature and $30 million from donors who helped OHSU meet the $1B Knight Cancer Challenge.

It’s your building, too. We’re inviting community members to Knight School, a series of free monthly events to share our exciting work. Come hear inspiring stories and news from doctors, scientists and patients on the leading edge of cancer discovery. Each one-hour session will bring science to life, with several speakers and time for your questions.

Rood Family Pavilion

The Gary and Christine Rood Family Pavilion, a modern, welcoming guest house is designed to be a healing home away from home - just steps from our Center for Health & Healing clinics and a tram ride away from Marquam Hill.

Patients and families will have the opportunity to stay in 76 guest suites, with half reserved for pediatric patients and half for adults. This five-story building features everything families need: places to rest, work, prepare meals and gather, indoors and out.

The Rood Family Pavilion was built with entirely through the generosity of donors, including a lead $12 million gift from Gary and Christine Rood of Vancouver, Washington. It will be operated in partnership with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon & Southwest Washington.

All guests will be screened by OHSU social work for housing eligibility.

For questions about the guest house, please contact: 503-418-7663 (ROOD) or guesthouse@ohsu.edu