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Amy Dourgarian

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Salem Emergency Physicians Service P.C

HQ Phone:  (503) 561-5634

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Salem Emergency Physicians Service P.C

890 Oak Street SE Building "A"

Salem, Oregon,97301

United States

Company Description

Established in 1973, Salem Emergency Physicians Service (SEPS) has provided excellent emergency care and treatment to the community for over 40 years. SEPS has an outstanding opportunity to join a physician owned democratic partnership in Emergency Medicine;...more

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Physicians and Staff * Salem Emergency Physicians Service, PC * ER Doctors * Advanced Emergency Care * Salem * Portland Oregon

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Amy Dourgarian, MD
Dr. Dourgarian and her husband both grew up in Salem, Oregon and attended Douglas McKay High school. Dr. Dourgarian received her Major in Biology at Clark University in Worcester, MA. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University where she also graduated from medical school. Dr. Dourgarian joined our staff July 1, 2007.


Amy Dourgarian, MD * Salem Emergency Physicians Service, PC * Advanced Emergency Care * Salem * Portland Oregon

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Amy Dourgarian, M.D.
Dr. Dourgarian and her husband both grew up in Salem, Oregon and attended Douglas McKay High school. Dr. Dourgarian received her Major in Biology at Clark University in Worcester, MA. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University where she also graduated from medical school. Dr. Dourgarian joined our staff July 1, 2007.


Physicians and Staff * Salem Emergency Physicians Service, PC * ER Doctors * Advanced Emergency Care * Salem * Portland Oregon

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Amy Dourgarian, M.D.


Messenger - NEWS FOR YOUR HEALTH

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"Wear sunblock and don't forget your ears and scalp," says Amy Dourgarian, M.D., an emergency physician with Salem Hospital.
Take an over-the-counter pain reliever if your doctor says it's safe to do so," says Dr. Dourgarian. "Children younger than age 4, adults older than age 65, people who are overweight or have health conditions, and those who take certain medications may be more likely to develop heat-related illness," says Dr. Dourgarian. Stay hydrated. "Heavy sweating; cool, moist, pale or flushed skin; headache; nausea; and dizziness may be signs of heat exhaustion," says Dr. Dourgarian. "This may lead to heatstroke, a life-threatening condition. If you have these symptoms, go to a cooler place, loosen your clothing and put cool, wet cloths on your skin. Slowly drink water." Signs of heatstroke include dry, red, hot skin; a rapid, weak pulse; and fast, shallow breathing. The person may be confused or even lose consciousness. If you think someone has heatstroke, Dr. Dourgarian advises that you promptly call 9-1-1 or your local emergency number. Don't give the person anything to eat or drink if he or she is vomiting, delirious or unconscious. Do move him or her to a cooler place; remove their clothes; apply cool, wet compresses; and use a fan if possible.


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