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COVID-19 Updates

Updated 07/15/2020 This webpage will give you the latest guidelines for seeking medical care from Columbia Memorial Hospital and the CMH Medical Group. You can also get up-to-date news from CMH on Facebook and Twitter. Staying Healthy Viruses are microscopic organisms that vary from simple to highly complex. Each has[...]
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New physician joins CMH Emergency Department

Dr. Ramsey Selbak joined CMH July 13 Please join us in welcoming Dr. Ramsey Selbak to our CMH Emergency Department. He is currently completing an ultrasound fellowship through OHSU. Dr. Selbak earned his medical degree from Oregon Health & Science University, where he also completed his emergency medicine residency as[...]
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We Are Safer Together

By Nancee M. Long Director of Communication, Columbia Memorial Hospital Originally published July 7, 2020, on DailyAstorian.com At Columbia Memorial Hospital, your health is our priority. Whether you are coming in for surgery or a medical appointment, rest assured, we are open to care for all your health and wellness[...]
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We can be Safer Together

Let’s all do our part to keep health in check Why We Are Safer Together When concerns about the coronavirus make people feel as though they want to stay socially distant, that’s healthy. When these fears drive people away from the hospital, that could become dangerous. At CMH, we want[...]
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CMH welcomes new emergency medicine physician

Dr. Colin Prather joins Emergency Department Please join us in welcoming Dr. Colin Prather to our Emergency Department. He began working at CMH in July 2020. Dr. Prather earned his medical degree from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville, Tennessee. He completed a residency in emergency medicine at OHSU[...]
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Pandemic Guidelines for Patients and Visitors

Be Safe While at CMH Updated 07/03/2020 Welcome! Columbia Memorial Hospital (CMH) and CMH Medical Group caregivers are doing everything they can to keep you safe, but we need your help. Please review these guidelines. Thank you for your cooperation. This is the best way to protect our patients, staff[...]
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Care packages provide joy for cancer patients

Cancer Center supports patients through pandemic By Sarah Bello, Marketing & Communications Coordinator The team at the CMH-OHSU Knight Cancer Collaborative saw their patients growing lonely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Working together, they’ve found new ways to support them and bring them joy. They’re creating an online patient community for[...]
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When Foot Pain Requires Professional Help

By Adam Bingham, DPM Podiatric Surgeon, CMH Medical Group-Seaside Originally published June 12, 2020, on DailyAstorian.com The sun has returned and stay at home orders are easing. That means many of us are finally able to get outside again to exercise and play. If you haven’t been active for a[...]
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CMH welcomes new provider to Cardiology Clinic

Board-certified family nurse practitioner Heather McLean, FNP-C joined the CMH/OHSU Cardiology Clinic in early June 2020.  Heather earned both her master’s and bachelor’s degrees in nursing from Oregon Health & Science University. She has more than 10 years of experience as a nurse practitioner and has spent seven years working[...]
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CMH adds new medical oncologist to Cancer Center

Dr. Mark Sundermeyer joins medical oncology team Medical oncologist Dr. Mark Sundermeyer joined the CMH-OHSU Knight Cancer Collaborative in early June 2020.  Dr. Sundermeyer spent the last 14 years working in the Division of Hematology and Medical Oncology for Abington Hospital – Jefferson Health in Abington, Pennsylvania. Since 2016, he[...]
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Our continuing commitment to support change

To our patients, caregivers and community: June 5, 2020 CMH is a system of health. Our purpose is to enhance health and save lives while keeping our community strong and vital. As caregivers dedicated to healing those in need, it is intensely difficult to watch the tragic and violent death[...]
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