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OHSU Urology Clinic Opens on Main Campus

News, Men's Health

Oregon Health & Science University opened a urology clinic on April 18 at Adventist Health Portland’s main campus. The clinic is part of a number of specialties expanding to east Portland a part of the OHSU Health partnership with Adventist Health.

The new clinic gives the east Portland community close-to-home access to a wide range of treatments. Care is provided by nationally recognized, fellowship-trained OHSU physicians.

The clinic providers’ subspecialties include female pelvic and reconstructive surgery, kidney stones and endoscopic surgery, men’s health care, reconstructive urology, and robotic and laparoscopic surgery, and urologic cancer care.

About Adventist Health Portland

Adventist Health Portland, an OHSU Health partner, includes a 302-bed medical center with emergency room, dozens of medical and urgent care clinics, and home care and hospice services. We are also part of Adventist Health, a health care network of more than 20 hospitals and countless clinics and services spanning California, Oregon and Hawaii.

Pictured: Christopher Amling, MD, chairman of OHSU department of urology, leads the ribbon-cutting ceremony with practice providers and Kyle King (far left), Adventist Health Portland president.