MEASLES | Aug. 5, 2019: Health officials warn providers to stay alert for measles as it makes a comeback in the Portland metro area.
HIV | June 20, 2019: Local public health is responding to a recent increase in HIV infections among people who use methamphetamine or inject any drugs.
MEASLES | Feb. 6, 2019: Multnomah County reports three new cases of measles. Brings Oregon total to 4. Clark County reporting 51.
MEASLES | Jan. 26, 2019: Multnomah County reports the first case of measles as part of a wider outbreak; Clark County reporting 31 cases; King County 1.
MEASLES | Jan. 17, 2019: Clark County Public Health is investigating 16 confirmed cases of measles and 5 suspected cases, all of them children.
MEASLES | Jan. 15, 2019: Clark County Public Health is investigating confirmed cases of measles and 11 suspected cases, all of them children.
MEASLES | Aug. 13, 2018: The Oregon Health Authority has identified a laboratory-confirmed case of measles in a traveler who may have exposed many individuals in the Portland Metro area, Yamhill County, and Vancouver, Wash
MENINGOCOCCAL | DEC. 21, 2017: Serogroup B meningococcal vaccine required for OSU undergraduates.
HEPATITIS A | APRIL 4, 2017: Multnomah County Public Health officials are notifying the public of potential exposure to Hepatitis A at two Cup & Saucer restaurant locations in Portland.
E.COLI | March 9, 2017: Multnomah County and Oregon State Public Health are investigating multiple cases of diarrheal illness caused by Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) from a single childcare center in Portland
ER VISITS | JAN 11, 2017: Portland Metro area hospital in-patient units and emergency departments have been unusually busy.
MUMPS | DEC 21, 2016: Four cases of mumps have been confirmed in Washington County, and more cases may present for evaluation in the coming weeks as mumps outbreaks are ongoing in Oregon and elsewhere in the U.S.
E.COLI | AUG.18, 2016: Washington County Public Health is investigating three cases of diarrheal illness caused by Shiga toxin producing E. coli
OPIOIDES | JULY 29, 2016: Portland-area clinicians may encounter former Fusion Wellness clients at risk of overdose, suffering from withdrawal, or living with opioid substance use disorder.