Success Stories

Stroke Care Close to Home

Stroke care close to home
With telemedicine technology now available in MCMC clinics, patients receiving follow-up stroke care no longer have to make repeat trips to Portland. Read more

Grants Pass woman recovers quickly thanks to telemedicine

Bay area hospital links to Oregon Health & Science University for expert advice

As influenza careened through the Caldera household this year, it hit 8-year-old Ryan hardest. Despite antibiotics and an oxygen mask, Ryan got worse. His pediatrician, Dr. Jon Yost, thought the boy would need specialized care at Oregon Health & Science University. Learn more

OHSU Brings Stroke Follow Up Care to the Home

How OHSU used telemedicine to save a baby's life

How Telemedicine Saved a Babys Life

MaLea's case is one example of how OHSU is using telemedicine to treat patients all over the state without leaving Portland. The OHSU Telemedicine Network includes 14 hospitals and offers pediatric and neonatal intensive care, stroke, trauma and other services. Learn more

Telemedicine Saves Medford Woman

Saving Lives, Improving Recovery with the OHSU Telestroke Network

A Robot Helped Save Him

Clarence Renno

Telemedicine Robot Played Role In Stroke Survival. Learn more

Far away Dr. uses robot to help save Oregon baby

Silverton Hospital Delivery - OHSU Telemedicine Network

A newborn baby was brought back to life at the Silverton Hospital while one of the doctors was 40 miles away in Portland. The doctors credit the power of technology. Learn more

Telestroke patient benefits from effort to extend the window for stroke treatment

Telestroke patient benefits from effort to extend the window for stroke treatment

Last month, the OHSU Telemedicine Network treated a stroke case that demonstrates how advanced imaging may expand the stroke treatment window. Learn more

Time is brain: How telemedicine improves stroke care

Time is brain How telemedicine improves stroke care

With stroke, time is brain. OHSU's tele-stroke team is available 24/7/365. That means we can be at the patient's bedside in five to 10 minutes, helping to make treatment decisions. Learn more