Cleveland Clinic

9500 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 44195

This nonprofit, multispecialty academic medical center with more than 35,000 employees integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education. Headed by CEO/President Toby Cosgrove, a world-renowned (retired) cardiac surgeon, Cleveland Clinic is one of the nation’s largest and most respected healthcare systems.

Four-thousand physicians, scientists, residents, and fellows contribute to patient care in 120 specialties throughout the Cleveland Clinic system, which include 16 family health centers throughout northeast Ohio (many of which contain imaging, pharmacy, and surgical centers), eight Joint Commission-accredited community hospitals, Cleveland Clinic Florida, Cleveland Clinic Canada, Abu Dhabi, and the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas.

For 14 high acuity conditions requiring special expertise, Cleveland Clinic is nationally ranked by
U.S. News & World Report, and for cardiology and heart surgery, it’s ranked #1. In August 2015, the Akron General Health System joined the Cleveland Clinic system. Akron General includes Akron General Hospital, Visiting Nurse Service and Affiliates, Hospice of Visiting Nurse Service, Lodi Community Hospital, Edwin Shaw Rehabilitation Institute, and three health and wellness centers.
For more, call 216.444.2200, or visit


2500 Metrohealth Dr., Cleveland 44109

Metro Health is Greater Cleveland’s oldest health care system. Founded in 1837, it is a nationally ranked nonprofit, county-operated healthcare system located on the near west side of Cleveland. Led by CEO Akram Boutros and affiliated with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, it is an industry leader in numerous areas:  children's and women’s, including high-risk obstetrical care and neonatal intensive care; comprehensive medical and surgical subspecialties; heart and vascular care; cancer care; senior health; stroke and rehabilitative health care services; emergency and critical care; and trauma.

MetroHealth is a Level 1 trauma center for Northeast Ohio, with many burn and trauma victims being transferred here. Its air ambulance service is internationally known and has trained crews from Poland to Japan. In addition to its main campus hospital, MetroHealth has 16 clinics throughout the area.

For more, call 216.778.7800, or visit

University Hospitals

11100 Euclid Ave., Cleveland 44106

University Hospitals is an integrated network of hospitals, outpatient centers, and physicians headed by CEO Thomas Zenty, III. As the area’s second-largest employer, it has nearly 20,000 employees. At the core of this health system is University Hospitals Case Medical Center, a nationally recognized academic medical center located in Cleveland’s University Circle. As the primary affiliate of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, UH Case Medical Center, is among the nation’s 50 best in all 12 methodology-ranked specialties of excellence and includes MacDonald Women’s Hospital, Seidman Cancer Center, UH Neurological Institute, Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute.

Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital, which is ranked #2 nationally for neonatal care by
U.S. News & World Report. The Case Medical Center and the Case School of Medicine together form the state’s largest biomedical research center in Ohio, which is ranked among the nation’s top 15 research centers. The UH system includes eight medical center/hospitals throughout the area and its Department of Family Medicine is ranked #9 by U.S. News & World Report.

For more, call 216.844.1000;


The Global Center for Health Innovation (GCHI)

Located in downtown Cleveland near Public Square, GCHI is the only facility in the world that displays the future of health and healthcare. Adjacent to the Cleveland Convention Center, it features four themed floors that are free and open to the public, Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5pm. The first floor features the State-of-the-Art Patient Home, designed to showcase current technology that allows people with mobility, sensory, and physical and mental challenges to live safely in the home through innovative health care delivery, health monitoring and lifestyle enhancement devices.

The second floor of the Global Center is the People, Patients and Caregivers floor, dedicated to the elements within a health care system dedicated to patient care. The third floor’s theme is Clinical Spaces, dedicated to enhancing the clinical experiences of patients through technology, systems and devices. The fourth level is the Health Care Information Technology floor, dedicated to improving health care access, outcomes and reducing costs through the implementation of information technology across the entire spectrum of health care delivery.

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