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The Stroke Care Committee was established under the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) as a result of the passage of Senate Bill 375 during the 2013 legislative session. Information about the Stroke Care Committee and their designated tasks are in
ORS 431A.525-530 The purpose of the Committee is to assist OHA with achieving continuous quality improvement in the quality of stroke care by:
(a) Analyzing data related to the prevention and treatment of strokes; (b) Identifying potential interventions to improve stroke care; and (c) Advising the OHA on meeting its objectives, including but not limited to the objectives of the emergency medical services and trauma system developed pursuant to ORS 431A.050, that are related to stroke care.
For more information on the Committee and OHA’s duties related to the Committee, see
The Oregon Stroke Care Committee has two open positions:
How to apply
Application can be submitted through our application portal
To be considered for an appointed position you must include:
2023 Stroke Care Committee Meeting Schedule
Meeting Location: (Currently meeting virtually) until further notice)
Portland State Office Building - 800 NE Oregon Street, Portland, OR 97232 [map]
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