Frequently Asked Questions

No. MetroHealth Medical Center, the flagship location of The MetroHealth System, is a university-based hospital, one of only 125 Academic Medical Centers in the United States.
Yes, Metro has an electronic medical record for both inpatient/outpatient services at all of our locations. In fact, MetroHealth was among the first area health systems to adopt electronic medical records in 1999. In addition, patients can access their medical records and engage with their healthcare team online via MyChart.
Our programs interview for the Main Residency Match starting in October and ending the last week in January.

Yes, with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

The school’s four major affiliates are:

  • The MetroHealth System
  • University Hospitals
  • Cleveland Clinic
  • Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center
Metro Life Flight is the second-busiest aero-medical critical care program in the country. It flies EC-145 aircraft based at three locations throughout Greater Cleveland. We also have a dedicated ground unit for adult and pediatric critical patient transfers. Metro is home for two medically-configured Lear jets for travel within North America and worldwide. Metro Life Flight sponsors several educational lectures every year. The lectures are free and open to the public.
There are approximately 380 residents and fellows in 47 programs.
Yes, we are a certified Level I Trauma Center in the Cleveland area.
Some programs will support H1B and J1 visas.