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COVID response
COVID response
Educators receive COVID-19 vaccinations at an appointment-only clinic inside the Oregon Convention Center in Portland on Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021. Kaiser Permanente, Providence, Legacy Health and Oregon Health & Science University are working together to operate the mass-vaccination clinic. Gov. Kate Brown and the Oregon Health Authority are designating the amount of vaccines available and who receives them at the clinic. (OHSU/Josh Andersen)
Forrest Taylor
Forrest Taylor

OHSU is working with community groups to provide vaccinations for COVID-19. All community members 12 and older are welcome to get a vaccine at these events without an appointment or identification. (OHSU/Erin Hoover Barnett)

OHSU on-demand buprenorphine clinic maintains virtual model
OHSU on-demand buprenorphine clinic maintains virtual model

OHSU opened a walk-in clinic in 2019 to provide easy access for people seeking medication to treat opioid use disorder. The COVID-19 pandemic forced the HRBR clinic to switch to virtual-only service, and a newly published study indicates that many patients prefer it. Since switching to a remote-care model, the clinic has provided care to people in 32 of Oregon’s 36 counties. (OHSU)

New treatment for tremors: Cutting-edge brain surgery with no cutting
New treatment for tremors: Cutting-edge brain surgery with no cutting

Drs. Ahmed Raslan, M.D., and Maryam Shahin, M.D., talk about the procedure. Patient Jean Henderson undergoes high-frequency ultrasound brain surgery led by OHSU neurosurgeon Ahmed Raslan and his team on Wednesday, March 30, 2022. Jean Henderson is the first patient to undergo this treatment in Oregon. She has had a tremor for four years, which limited her abilities to care for herself, and this surgery corrected that tremor in her right hand/arm in just a few hours with no incision. (OHSU/Christine Torres Hicks)