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April 8: KATU – Sleep Technician Speaks on Sleep ApneaRead More >

Working together, Portland health companies to simplify patient dataRead More >

The Portland area's most prominent health systems have pledged to provide clinicians with easier access to health care information. The organizations embracing the OpenNotes system are Kaiser Permanente Northwest, Legacy Health, Oregon Health & Science University, Providence Medical Group Oregon, The Portland Clinic, The Vancouver Clinic, Portland VA Medical Center, OCHIN and Salem Health. The OpenNotes movement espouses open electronic access to notes that providers include in medical records.

Dr. Jeffrey Cleven of The Portland Clinic recalls the medical office of the ’80sRead More >

Dr. Jeffrey Cleven has been with The Portland Clinic for 37 years, and he has no plans to retire until he hits his 40th milestone year. The Portland Business Jornal interviewed him.

TPC'S ANDREA LORA WINS NURSE OF THE YEARRead More >

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Sudden Cardiac Arrest is Shown to be Three Times Greater in Competitive AthletesRead More >

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The Portland Clinic Reaches Out To Undiagnosed DiabeticsRead More >

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Dr. Cooney appeared on KXL-Radio to talk about the importance of early cancer detectionRead More >

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The Oregonian: "Concussion concerns could deliver a blow to high school, youth football" Read More >

When Jim Martin closes his eyes, he can imagine his son Joey standing in the pocket, surveying the defense and throwing a perfect strike down field to twin brother Rocky. The brothers, among the best athletes in the freshman class at Lake Oswego, could make a dynamic combination for the football team. Big, strong and fast, they look the part. But they won’t be suiting up for the Lakers. Their father, who has lingering effects from head injuries suffered during his high school playing days in Southern California, won’t allow it.