The Cleveland Clinic is currently regarded as one of the top four hospitals in the United States as rated by U.S. News & World Report. The Cleveland Clinic was established in 1921 by four physicians for the purpose of providing patient care, research, and medical education in an ideal medical setting. One of the largest private medical centers in the world, the Cleveland Clinic saw more than 3,200,000 patient visits in 2009, with almost 80,000 hospital admissions. Patients arrive at the Cleveland Clinic from all 50 states and more than 100 nations. The Cleveland Clinic’s approximately 2,800 staff physicians and scientists and 1,300 residents represent 120 medical specialties and subspecialties. The Cleveland Clinic was ranked number one in America for cardiac care from 1994 to 2013.
Cleveland Clinic is also an Ohio nonprofit corporation which as of December 2010 had 10 regional hospitals in Northeast Ohio, a hospital and family health center in Florida, and a health center in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, a specialty center in Las Vegas, and a hospital in Abu Dhabi opening in 2013.
Cleveland Clinic research articles from Innovation Toronto
- Cleveland Clinic researchers identify urgent need for Alzheimer’s drug development
- Vivax malaria may be evolving around natural defense
- “Breathprints” Pinpoint Potential Obesity-Related Complications in Children
- Vitamin E Identified as Potential Weapon Against Obesity
- VIDEO: Study Suggests New Way of Thinking about Brain Injury – As Autoimmune Disorder
- ‘Heart in a box’ invention allows transplant hearts to remain outside the body for 12 hours
- Nutrient mixture improves memory in patients with early Alzheimer’s
- Swine flu breath test could help identify infected patients
- Beyond the Breathalyzer: Seeking Telltale Signs of Disease