The University Hospitals (UH) Cleveland Medical Center continues to provide easier access to patient care with a groundbreaking ceremony in Cleveland’s MidTown neighborhood. The new construction of the Rainbow Center for Women & Children will be situated between Chester and Euclid Avenues along East 57th to East 59th Streets in Cleveland, which is two miles west of UH’s main campus in University Circle.
In 1993, University Hospitals developed a new vision, a new strategy and a new model for healthcare delivery. This new vision called for University Hospitals to better meet the healthcare needs of a significant portion of northeast Ohio through geographic expansion and an increase in the types of services offered. Mayor Frank G. Jackson and County Executive Armond Budish were joined by University Hospitals CEO Tom Zenty, and UH MacDonald Women’s and UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospitals President Patti DePompei, RN, MSN, along with other Cleveland officials and hospital representatives for brief remarks.
This groundbreaking ceremony represents an example of the steps that Cleveland leaders are taking towards securing Cleveland’s future and making Cleveland a city where wellness and quality of life are inclusive of everyone. The 40,000 square foot, three-story outpatient health care center will house innovative programs for pediatric primary care, women’s health care, and social services, as well as additional programming to support patients, their families and the community.
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