OHSU EM Residency statement on harassment and discrimination
OHSU Emergency Medicine does not tolerate sexual harassment or discrimination in any form. We are dedicated to the education and wellness of our trainees, and have multiple mechanisms in place for confidential and anonymous reporting of concerns. In our student rotations, residency, fellowship programs and faculty development we are committed to reporting concerns that come to our attention, fully participating in active investigations, advocating for and supporting our trainees, and transparency within our community. We are continuously working to evolve our culture, policies and practices to provide an environment where all feel safe and included. We take our roles as educators, physicians, and leaders seriously and are invested in being part of the change that needs to happen across our country to end discrimination and power dynamics that allow for harassment. We remain committed to these ideals and will continue to prioritize them as leaders in emergency medicine education.
Portland Monthly's Top Docs and Nurses for 2020
Once again, OHSU's very own EM faculty were featured in Portland Monthly Magazine's list of Top Doctors and Nurses for 2020
Dr. Craig Newgard has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine
The Department of Emergency Medicine is pleased to announce Dr. Newgard is being ranked among the top 10 emergency medicine investigations in funding from the National Institutes of Health.
Drs. Heilman and Kim Achieve Rank Promotion
The Department of Emergency Medicine is pleased to announce the extraordinary efforts and achievements for the 2019 Promotion and Tenure year, with promotion in rank for Drs. James Heilman and Hyunjee Kim.
Dr. Mo Daya appointed member of the EMS Examination Committee starting in 2020
The Department of Emergency Medicine is excited to announce that Dr. Mo Daya has been appointed member of the EMS Examination Committee starting in 2020.
OHSU staffs emergency departments across Oregon
The Department of Emergency Medicine exemplifies the reach of OHSU’s growing health system. Their board-certified physicians staff hospitals statewide in order to serve Oregonians.
Army, OHSU health care pros team up for new medical exchange
OHSU is one of only two U.S. hospitals to participate in Army Military Civilian Trauma Team Training program. We are excited to announce that one of our Emergency Medicine physicians, Dr. Misha Ownbey, is part of this program.
Pediatric EM group hosts pediatric EM physicians from Argentina to strengthen collaborative efforts
Drs. Sheridan, Hansen and Newgard recently hosted a group of pediatric EM physicians from Garrahan children’s hospital in Argentina. The goal of the meetings are to strengthen collaborative efforts in the research and innovation space. The first step in doing this is the expansion of a clinical trial for pediatric hydration assessment, HydraSense, to their institution.
OHSU is Oregon's 24 hour resource for the most complex medical emergencies and trauma care. Visit the OHSU & Doernbecher Emergency Care website for current wait times and additional details.