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It is a privilege to serve our community. We treat our patients and our teammates with respect knowing that we all embrace the same goal of continued excellence in patient care and patient safety. The public can trust us and our actions prove that we, ourselves, are trustworthy.

We demonstrate compassion to our patients and our coworkers which creates a work culture of tolerance, teamwork, and thankfulness. We use our collective voices to make a positive difference; collaboration keeps us moving onward toward excellence.

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January 26, 2022

OHSU coronavirus (COVID-19) response

December 30, 2021

In a year that was anything but normal, the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute’s people stepped up and continued to do great things. Knight Cancer signal achievements of 2021

December 7, 2021

Nima Nabavizadeh, M.D., associate professor and radiation oncology residency program director, on being named one of Portland Monthly's Top Doctors in Radiation Oncology. Dr. Nabavizadeh specializes in caring for people with lymphoma and gastrointestinal cancers.

December 1, 2021

Ana Dieguez, M.S., medical physics resident, has been appointed as a non-voting member to American Association of Physicists in Medicine's (AAPM) Hispanic and Latin-x Medical Physics Subcommittee (HLMPSC). This committee aims to provide mentorship, networking, outreach and bringing awareness to concerns of the Hispanic medical physics community.

Resources for Coronavirus and COVID-19 in Oregon

OHSU is working with state and local public health officials and health systems across the metro area to coordinate a regional response to the coronavirus. Find resources and guidance