Posts by Jennette Zarko

Plan ahead: Upcoming construction projects to affect travel to OHSU

Traveling to OHSU for an appointment or work? Several current and upcoming construction projects will affect traffic and parking starting August 14. Here's what you need to know as you prepare for...

Ten things you need to know about our outstanding nurses

It's National Nurses Week and we are proud of our hardworking nurses for the excellence they bring to their work each and every day. Here are just a few things you might not know about our...

Top five reasons to volunteer at OHSU

In 2015, more than 1,300 people volunteered their time at OHSU to help advance the boundaries of medicine, improve patients' quality of life and share their genuine passion for serving our...

Caring for athletes at the U.S. Olympic Training Center

With the 2016 Summer Olympics just a few months away, Olympic-bound athletes are hard at work preparing for their events. Many of these athletes are training at one of three U.S. Olympic Training...

Bringing hand therapy to Ghana

Each year, the American Association for Hand Surgery selects a single applicant to receive the Vargas International Hand Therapy Award. The purpose of the award is to foster an exchange of...

Heart attack symptoms, response differ in women vs. men

A woman’s heart attack can have different underlying causes, symptoms and outcomes compared to men, according to a new scientific statement released last week by the American Heart...

Eating well in the new year

Have you resolved to eat better in 2016, but you aren’t quite sure where to start? Last week, U.S. News & World Report released their annual review of 38 popular diets and chose the best...

OHSU celebrates 30th anniversary of first heart transplant in Oregon

OHSU has long been known for bringing cutting-edge care and medical firsts to Oregonians. Even as we chase after the medical breakthroughs of tomorrow we understand the importance of celebrating and...

Paying it forward on the Casey Outreach Van

I came to the United States from Korea when I was 14 years old. I did not come from a wealthy family, and frequently needed a place to stay during school breaks. When people kindly opened their homes...