Healthcare Resources

Resident and Medical Student

OHSU provides a variety of diversity-related services to its patients & visitors including:

The Avel Gordly Center for Healing

Established to meet the mental health needs of the African American community and to take away the shame associated with mental illness. Learn more

Child Development & Rehabilitation Center (CDRC)

Provides services for improving the lives of individuals with disabilities or special health needs through leadership and effective partnerships with individuals, families, communities, and public and private agencies. Learn more

Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Provides information about nonconventional approaches to healing, beyond traditional medicine. Learn more

Intercultural Psychiatric Program

Provides outpatient care to historically under-served refugees and immigrants. Mental health counselors, who speak the same languages as our patients, work with program psychiatrists to treat adults, children and adolescents, particularly those affected by trauma. Learn more

Interpreter Services

A free Translational and Interpreter Department helping limited English-speaking patients and their families communicate with our providers and staff. Learn more

LGBTQ Services: A Comprehensive Resource

Click here for a concise and comprehensive list of healthcare services available at OHSU to meet the culturally specific needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.

OHSU & Your County

Provides support to build partnerships that enhance community-based care, serving Oregon's most vulnerable citizens and provide access to health care education. Through participation in outreach programs and partnerships that extend from urban neighborhoods to rural communities, OHSU's faculty, residents and students realize a richly diverse education while serving Oregon citizens. Learn more

Partnership Project

Provides a comprehensive array of services to people living with HIV/AIDS, their families, and those at-risk. Learn more

Spiritual Support

Provides spiritual support to patients, their families and OHSU staff. Chaplains are available to provide spiritual guidance, prayer, emotional support and comfort. A prayer/meditation room is available in Doernbecher Children's Hospital, room 10301. Learn more

Transgender Health Program

The OHSU Transgender Health Program provides safe, comprehensive, affirming health care for the transgender and gender nonconforming communities. Learn more

Center for Women's Health

A National Center of Excellence in Women's Health providing comprehensive care for women of all ages in aspects of women's health including information on clinical trials, health news, health care and health care education. Learn more