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Legacy Health offers complete care for brain and spine by board-certified experts. We offer brain and spine care at all of our six hospitals in the Portland metro area, giving you treatment options close to home.

Why Legacy for Brain & Spine Care?

We understand how hard it can be to have or care for a loved one with a brain, spine or nervous system disorder or injury. That’s why we come alongside you and be your guide toward healing and recovery.

For brain injuries, Legacy Emanuel Medical Center offers the highest-level care with: 

  • Sophisticated brain monitoring systems  
  • Highly trained neurosurgeons 
  • Nurses with special training 
  • Specialized neuro-trauma expertise 

In addition, because Legacy has one of Oregon's largest clinical trials program and conduct ongoing research, patients benefit from the latest discoveries.

Brain and Spine Care

Clinical Trials

Clinical trials at Legacy Research Institute give patients access to new treatments or tests that may prevent, detect, treat or manage various diseases or medical conditions. 

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Brain Research

Legacy Research Institute explores brain function and translates findings into new therapies for epilepsy, traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer's, and more. 

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For Providers

Legacy Health welcomes the opportunity to partner with you in the care of your patients. You can refer via electronic medical record, by phone or by fax.

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Support Patients

Legacy Health's hospital foundations help ease the financial burdens for patients and families, so they can focus on what really matters – their health.

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