Become a patient of the Department who pioneered many of the devices, procedures and techniques performed around the globe.
Our team evaluates patients in our clinics recommending treatment options, offering second opinions, and coordinating care with other surgeons and providers. Our state-of-the-art suites with some of the most advanced imaging equipment available allows us to perform a wide array of imaging for diagnosis and treatment modalities.
Our highly trained team provides excellent comprehensive care from treatment recommendations, performance of procedures, hospital management and consultations, to clinic follow up for acute and long term management of complex conditions.
Patients throughout Oregon and the northwestern United States are regularly sent to the Charles T. Dotter Department of Interventional Radiology for management of complex vascular and nonvascular diseases.
Our teams of interventional specialists, nurse practitioners and physician assistants, technologists, and nurses coordinate a patient's complete care — from imaging evaluation to post-procedure follow-up — maintaining a high level of communication with the patient and the referring health care provider throughout the process. Furthermore, we provide longitudinal clinic follow-up for a variety of complex conditions.
The key to the Department's tremendous success in the clinical arena is the strong sense of collegiality and trust among the Dotter staff, the referring clinicians, and allied care specialists. Fostered by a common goal of providing exceptional care, this mutual respect is supported by ongoing dialogue and bilateral participation in patient management. Each member of the healthcare team is thus able to combine his or her expertise with that of other practitioners. For the patient, there can be no better situation.
Interventional Radiologists and Neurointerventionist (MD)
A physician with a medical sub-specialty who provides minimally invasive procedures and nonsurgical treatments for a number of medical conditions
Nurse Practitioner (NP)
A licensed independent medical provider who works in either the hospital and or clinic setting, consults and manages hospital patients on the ward and in ICU, performs and assist with procedures.
Physician Assistant (PA)
A trained medical provider who works in either the hospital and or clinic setting, consults and manages hospital patients on the ward and in ICU, performs and assist with procedures.
Registered Nurse (RN)
Certified Interventional Radiology Technologist
Refer a patient
- Refer your patient to OHSU.
- Call 503-494-4567 to seek provider-to-provider advice.
Access your patient's results
OHSU Connect allows referring providers easy online access to their patient's medical record, including lab results and imaging reports.
The Charles T. Dotter Department of Interventional Radiology regularly collaborates with a number of other programs here at OHSU. Below is a list of our most frequent collaborators
Neuro-Oncology and Blood-Brain Barrier Program
Part of the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute, the Neuro-Oncology and Blood-Brain Barrier Program specializes in the treatment, imaging, and research of brain tumors and neurological disorders.
The OHSU Brain Institute is dedicated to understanding, healing, and protecting the brain through cutting-edge research, outstanding patient care, innovative public education, and training of future neuroscience leaders for Oregon and the world.
Hemangioma and Vascular Birthmarks Clinic
The Hemangioma and Vascular Birthmarks Clinic at OHSU specializes in treatment of infants, children, and adults with vascular lesions and birthmarks. This is a clinic formed to address the needs of patients with these complexlesions, and includes doctors and nurse practitioners from a variety of specialties, such as Dermatology (skin), Surgery (Head and Neck Surgery and Plastic Surgery), Hematology, and Interventional Radiology.