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Dr. Marka Crittenden Named Recipient of Michael Kelley Endowed Chair for Cancer Research

Providence Health & Services
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Thursday, February 25, 2021

PORTLAND, Ore. — When Laurie Kelley began as chief philanthropy officer for Providence in Oregon, little did she know that her husband would be diagnosed with cancer and in need of intense care. Michael “Mike” Kelley died in October 2020 after a 22-month battle with stage IV head and neck cancer. His family and friends wanted to honor his memory by supporting further research at Providence Cancer Institute where he received his care. The institute is now announcing the Michael Kelley Endowed Chair for Cancer Research.

The Oregon Clinic Expands Into Orthopedics with Addition of Portland Knee Clinic

The Oregon Clinic
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Thursday, February 11, 2021

Portland Knee Clinic brings two orthopedic surgeons, a new expertise for the physician-led specialty group

Portland, OR –  The Oregon Clinic (TOC) will add orthopedics as its newest specialty this June when physicians and staff from Portland Knee Clinic join the organization. The group, which will be known as “The Oregon Clinic Orthopedics,” will complement The Oregon Clinic’s Foot and Ankle expertise while expanding surgical offerings into orthopedics.

Honoring Black History Month

Friday, February 12, 2021
Rhett Cummings, MD, Executive Vice President

Black History Month is a time to reflect on where our nation has been and where we currently stand regarding systemic racism, human rights, and social and economic injustice. The Oregon Clinic’s unique perspective as a health care provider allows us to witness firsthand how these inequalities are playing out during the COVID-19 pandemic for our local BIPOC population. The differences have been very obvious.

 

February is American Heart Month

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

American Heart Month is a time to focus on improving heart health and preventing heart disease, the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States.

This year, taking care of our cardiovascular health is more important than ever because of the potential harmful effects that COVID-19 can have on the heart and cardiovascular system.

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