Heart Failure and Transplant Program  

OHSU's Heart Failure team treats patients with heart failure using the most innovative therapies and compassionate, patient-centered approach. Our Heart Transplant Program has performed more than 700 transplants and is the only one in Oregon approved by the United Network for Organ Sharing and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

Heart Failure and Transplant Program

Meet our heart failure care team

Dr. Deborah Meyers is the Section Head for Heart Failure and Transplant Cardiology at OHSU. She has devoted her career to the individualized treatment of heart failure, and finding a combination of therapies that works for the individual patient. The multidisciplinary team at OHSU specializes in all levels and aspects of heart failure care.

Meet our heart failure and transplant team

About the Heart Failure and Transplant Program at OHSU

Your heart is a muscle, and sometimes that muscle can fail. At OHSU, we care for people with all types and stages of heart failure. You receive the most advanced care in a treatment program designed just for you. Our goal is to help you enjoy life and do more of what you want. As Oregon’s only research and teaching hospital, OHSU provides all types of heart failure and transplant care, including the most complex. We also know you are more than just your heart. Our experts work with specialists in every OHSU department to treat all your health concerns.

Learn more about heart failure treatment options

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OHSU and the American Heart Association are working together to provide heart failure resources for Oregon and SW Washington. Although it can be difficult living with a chronic condition like heart failure, people can continue to enjoy full lives as they address their symptoms. Our campaign aims to provide helpful resources – such as self-monitoring tools, ways to recognize the signs, tips on lifestyle changes, and questions to ask providers – all in an effort to help people manage the condition. Find out more at heart.org/oregonheartfailure.

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Patient story - Wesley

Wesley was diagnosed with heart failure at age 29. Watch how OHSU’s multidisciplinary heart team is helping Wesley stay healthy and active while he waits for his heart transplant.