Employees of Fibre Federal Credit Union raised more than $52,000 to benefit OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital.
OHSU in the news
Bend-area boy creates fundraising program to support OHSU Doernbecher, the hospital that saved his life.
The Kiwanians publish a letter to the editor in support of their pediatric cancer fellowship at Doernbecher.
Cambia Grove announces its TRAILS competition to healthcare startup companies; winners will hear product feedback from representatives from OHSU Doernbecher, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and Seattle Children’s.
Fifth-grade Ashland teacher and mother of a Doernbecher patient organizes Dodgeball Olympics; a portion of the proceeds of benefits Doerbecher’s Pediatric Brain Tumor Board.
Following a prenatal diagnosis of hypoplastic left heart syndrome, and a series of surgical procedures, a young Doernbecher patient is thriving. Erin Madriago, M.D. says, “Having the ability to diagnose an unborn child with a congenital heart condition as early as 16 weeks’ gestation allows the health care team and the family to prepare for the road that lies ahead, both medically and mentally.”
Elmo and cast members of Sesame Street Live! stopped by OHSU Doernbecher to visit with patients and their families.
NBA player P.J. Tucker seen wearing a Nike Air Jordan 2 created by 2007 Doernbecher Freestyle patient-designer Sheridan Brenton.
The Portland Business Journal provides a sneak peek at the OHSU Gary & Christine Rood Family Pavilion; pediatric patients and their families will move into the space on Jan. 23.
Governor Kate Brown mentions the Doernbecher Freestyle program, and patient-designer Jacob Burris during her 2019 State of the State address.
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