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Emergency/Imminent Threat: If on campus, call Public Safety at (503) 494-4444; if off-campus, call 911 immediately. Do not submit a report.

Let us know if you suspect someone at OHSU violated our Code of Conduct, our policies, or the law.

Anyone can use this reporting tool, including:

  • OHSU employees, students, and health care providers
  • Patients, volunteers and those doing business with OHSU

Why is the Integrity Helpline hosted externally?

OHSU works with NAVEX to host the OHSU Integrity Helpline on EthicsPoint because it is a secure and confidential platform. OHSU does not collect or store any information about you or your report. This means you can report anonymously if you choose to do so.

What happens after I report a concern?

If you provide an email, NAVEX will confirm that they received your report. OHSU will then review your report and follow up with any questions and next steps. OHSU will limit sharing or disclosing the information you provide to the minimum necessary to review your concern.

Danny Jacobs, M.D., M.P.H., FACS
Professor of Surgery, School of Medicine
President OHSU

A message from the President

At OHSU, we hold ourselves to the highest standards in education, research and patient care. We follow all laws, regulations and professional standards.

As a mission-based organization, we rely on public trust. How we treat one another and those that we serve is just as important as our accomplishments. We earn and keep our reputation through the actions and words of our members.

Our Commitment

OHSU’s compliance and human resources investigative teams promote and enforce ethical conduct and compliance with laws, regulations, and organizational policies across OHSU.

We encourage you to report concerning behavior, including discrimination, harassment, retaliation and bullying. We will treat you with respect and limit sharing or disclosing the information you provide to the minimum necessary to review your concern.

Non-Retaliation Policy

OHSU enforces a non-retaliation policy and reporters of misconduct are protected from any form of retaliation or retribution toward a team member who reports, in good faith, an alleged act of misconduct.