Coalition for Patient Rights - Oregon

Coalition for Patient Rights has a long history rooted in positive measurable change. 

CPR-Oregon (CPR-OR) was formed in 2020 with a mission to develop and implement a Patient Bill of Rights for Oregonians, protecting rights and driving the positive change we all need to see in this world of healthcare.

While CPR-Oregon is ever evolving to grow into the voice it needs to be, and the “cast of characters” may change from Legislative Session to Legislative Session as subject matter experts are positioned to highlight the issues, the CPR mission remains the same: Standing Up for Patients’ Rights, Being the Voice in Legislative and Congressional Forums when Special Interests Gets Too Loud, and keeping patient populations apprised.

Got a feeling you need to do something? Take a moment today, browse the events section and attend one of our meetings/events, feel the feeling first hand and team up with your peers to make it work. It never hurts to learn, and more importantly, it is always important to be growing and speaking up for what you believe in.

National: To donate money (email for BTC) to CPR-National, email: coalition@coalitionforpatientrights.org  

Oregon: To donate money (email for BTC) to CPR-Oregon, email: oregon@coalitionforpatientrights.org 

CPR IS HERE TO FACILITATE AND IMPLEMENT MEASURABLE CHANGE FOR UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS AND WILL MAKE NO APOLOGIES FOR CREATING THE POSITIVE CHANGE WE ALL NEED TO SEE IN THE WORLD TODAY.

Come To The Next PUBLIC CPR-Oregon Meeting

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MAKE AN IMPACTFUL DONATION TO CPR TODAY

Coalition For Patient Rights (CPR) has a 100% Volunteer Board, and operations branch. Therefore, 100% of the funds collected go towards covering the costs associated with CPR’s outreach, education, advocacy and operational expenses. Please donate to CPR today, and stand up for patient rights. We will all become patients at some point and time, let’s redefine that into a positive transition.