How can we make your day better? Find a doctor Find a location Find health information Join a community class Find a job Or choose one of these: Birth center Back pain Cancer Classes/event registration Convenient Care Construction updates Emergency room Family medicine clinics Heart and vascular Joint replacement Lab draw locations Pharmacy Physical therapy/rehab Psychiatric Sleep studies Spine center Volunteering Weight loss surgery Women's health You Matter News Oregon Health & Science University and Salem Health affiliation officially launches; New partnership will be first of its kind in Oregon Nov 10, 2015 Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) and Salem Health have finalized an agreement to manage their respective clinical services as an integrated health system. The agreement creates OHSU Partners, a joint management company that will officially become operational on Monday, Nov. 16. Full story Events Lunch Hour Power Salem | November 30, 2015 3:30 AM Toggle recurrence info Occurs: Every week on Monday, Wednesday, Friday Starts at: 30 Nov 2015 Ends at: 23 Dec 2015 Time: 3:30 AM - 4:15 AM Time zone: (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) Lunch Hour Power is the answer to all! Join us for a fun and productive strength workout wrapped up in a neat 45 minute package to get you out and on your way. (?) Aging 7 ways to stop the "middle-age spread" When you hit middle age around 45, it’s not uncommon for pounds to sneak up on you. Then one day, you wonder if your dryer is too hot because your jeans are suddenly tight. Read more Cooking Natural alternatives to artificial colors Natural coloring comes from plants, even insects, rocks, and soil components, while artificial dyes are made from synthetic chemicals. Artificial dyes are everywhere—from breakfast cereal to soft drinks and vitamins. Read more Read the latest about our new rehab building The outpatient rehab facility’s façade should be complete soon. Crews will be working on finishes inside the building. Periodically, the gates may be open for work vehicles, but the property is still a construction site, which means access is limited. We know you want to peek, but please stay safe and stay outside the fence. Click on the photo to read more.