The Cleveland Clinic is Cleveland's largest private employer as well as one of the most well-regarded hospitals in the United States. The facility sits on 140 acres in Cleveland's Fairfax neighborhood and is spread out over 41 buildings. The Clinic also has 12 community hospitals and health centers in NE Ohio and Florida and is expanding throughout the world.
Cleveland Clinic treated more than 2.8 million patients in 2005 with 70,000 hospital admissions. Patients represented all 50 states and more than 100 nations. As of 2010, there are 170 salaried physicians on staff in 120 specialties.
There are several hotels in and around Cleveland Clinic and the campus is tied to downtown Cleveland via RTA's Euclid Corridor Line
University Hospitals, the main campus of which is located in Cleveland's University Circle neighborhood, was founded in the late 19th century and its affiliation with Cleveland's (now) Case Western Reserve University dates back almost to its inception. Today, the hospital system is Cleveland's second largest private sector employer and encompasses 150 locations with more than 24,000 employees.
University Hospitals' Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital was ranked #2 in the US for neonatal care in 2010 by "US News and World Report." It is also noted for its MacDonald Women's Hospital, the only such facility in Ohio, and the Ireland Cancer Center, rated the best in the US by the National Cancer Institute of Comprehensive Cancer Center.
MetroHealth Medical Center provided care for more than 28,000 inpatients in 2009 and logged more than 700,000 visits to its out-patient care centers.
The Louis Stokes Medical Center at University Circle is a level one facility, offering a full range of care and services. This location is also a teaching hospital and the fifth largest VA hospital in the United States.
Facilities at the Brecksville location include extended care rehabilitation, a general nursing home, a center for psycho-geriatric care, and a domiciliary for the homeless.