Providence ALS Center

Providence ALS Center eases the way for patients to receive care and maximize their quality of life.

Here, specialists come to the patient. At one four-hour appointment, a patient may see as many as 12 specialists – all in one location. An ALS nurse serves as the patients’ guide, helping them identify needs, follow through on treatment plans and connect to resources. This approach brings specialists together as a team to identify the best treatment options and improves survival and quality of life for patients with ALS.

Providence ALS Center is the leading comprehensive care center in Oregon for people with ALS. We are the largest center in Oregon and were the state’s first certified Center of Excellence. Our team is actively engaged in clinical trials and is one of the only Western sites offering the Diaphragmatic Pacing System. The Providence ALS team is passionate about providing excellent, compassionate and holistic care for each patient.

Providence ALS Center is a collaboration between Providence Brain and Spine Institute and The ALS Association Oregon and SW Washington Chapter.

Rachel and Evan make a move to the Northwest - for Providence ALS Center

Rachel and her husband Evan moved to Vancouver to be closer to our world-renowned Providence ALS Clinic. Rachel uses a wheelchair now, but she is standing up to the disease and fighting for a cure with everything she has.

Dr. Goslin receives ALS Association 2014 Hope Award

We’re the center of ALS for the Pacific Northwest and frankly it’s because of Kim.

Hope for ALS Patients

Kimberly Goslin, M.D., PhD, describes the discoveries encouraging researchers in the fight against ALS.