Founded in 1837, MetroHealth has served Cuyahoga County longer than any other Cleveland healthcare organization. MetroHealth has been affiliated with Case Western Reserve University since 1914 and is deeply committed to graduate medical education. All of our active medical staff are faculty at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
MetroHealth is proud to be home to 47 vibrant residency and fellowship programs and train more than 2,000 students, residents and fellows each year. The faculty members have a deep sense of dedication to their residents and fellows, as well as to their patients, and spend an exceptional amount of quality time with their students. There are opportunities to see a wide range of clinical cases and be mentored by excellent physicians and clinicians and medical instructors.
MetroHealth is a dynamic, integrated health system with a multidisciplinary group practice of about 500 physicians, an acute care hospital, 20+ ambulatory health centers located throughout Cuyahoga County, 4 emergency care locations and a skilled nursing facility. Ranked as one of the best hospitals in the United States by US News and World Report, MetroHealth is recognized nationally by peers in maternal-fetal medicine, cardiology, trauma surgery, emergency medicine, burn care, critical care, stroke care, neurosurgery and primary care.
MetroHealth served the community at an unprecedented level during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It immediately set up and operated a free hotline for people with questions about COVID, which has handled 77,000 calls, resulting in 40,000 visits with healthcare providers. MetroHealth performed more than 80,000 COVID tests in homeless shelters, at group homes, in church parking lots and in under-resourced communities. The regional hospital system performed COVID vaccinations at homeless shelters. It announced plans to build a $42 million, 110-bed hospital focused on behavioral health. MetroHealth also elevated discussions about racial equity and inclusion.Read more