Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital expansion planned, Ohio

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In the next weeks, Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital will begin construction for the expansion of outpatient services. This US$1 million project will add 16 examination rooms and two procedural testing suites to the first floor of the R building on the campus’s north side. Construction is set to begin in November 2021, with the project scheduled to be completed in January 2022. This expansion project builds on the Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital campus’s expanding investment over the last few years. In 2019, a US$3.3 million investment was undertaken on the R building’s second floor to construct a cutting-edge 16-bed senior mental health inpatient unit.

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“The growth of outpatient services enables Euclid Hospital to continue to deliver high-quality services supported by a strong ambulatory presence that fits the requirements of our community.” Teresa Dews, M.D., president of Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital, stated, “Our objective is to give treatment to more people in our communities.” Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital is a 166-bed hospital on the shores of Lake Erie that provides inpatient and outpatient services.

One of the region’s premier outpatient rehabilitation and orthopedic centers is located at Euclid Hospital. It also offers a comprehensive range of medical skills for geriatric care, including an advanced main stroke center, to suit the requirements of older individuals. Emergency services, general surgery, neuro-rehabilitation, cardiology, digestive health, and more inpatient and outpatient treatment are also available. “We are thrilled to be able to extend our offerings at Euclid Hospital.” “We are happy to serve our patients and provide treatment that is tailored to the specific requirements of the Euclid community,” said Leonard Stepp, Chief Operating Officer of Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital. Cleveland Clinic was the first to perform coronary artery bypass surgery and the first face transplant in the United States.