The Cleveland Clinic
The Cleveland Clinic is a prominent healthcare center in
Cleveland, Ohio, founded in 1921 by four prominent physicians,
now with over 1,600 staff physicians providing for 2 million
outpatient visits and 50,000 hospital admissions per year.
The Cleveland Clinic has consistently been ranked among the
top five "Best Hospitals in America" by U.S. News and World
Report, with particular strengths in cardiology, cardiothoracic
surgery, urology, and gastroenterology.
The Cleveland Clinic Heart Center has ranked number one in
cardiology and cardiothoracic surgery for each of the past
Founded in 1921, the Cleveland Clinic and its services are
administered by the not-for-profit Cleveland Clinic Foundation,
which also leads a network of eight affiliated community
hospitals in northeastern Ohio and health care centers in
Weston, Florida and Naples, Florida.
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