Headquarters: 9500 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland Clinic is one of America's top hospitals according to U.S.News & World Report. The hospital ranks among the nation's top ten in gynecology, orthopedics, head and neck, nephrology (kidney disease), neurology and neurological surgery, pulmonary (respiratory disorders), geriatrics and endocrinology. The hospital is rated No. 1 overall in heart care. Other Cleveland Clinic specialties noted for national excellence include ophthalmology, cancer, pediatrics and rehabilitation.
The main hospital campus is located near Cleveland’s historic University Circle. Occupying 166 acres and 50 buildings, the main campus includes a hospital, an outpatient clinic, a children’s hospital, cancer institute, eye institute, research institute and supporting labs and facilities.
In addition to its Cleveland location, patients are served at various family health and surgery centers in surrounding communities. The systems also includes Cleveland Clinic Florida, a full-service hospital and clinic in Weston, FL, and Cleveland Clinic Canada, a health and wellness center in Toronto.
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Cleveland Clinic has 2,700 physicians and scientists on staff, representing 120 specialties and subspecialties, along with 11,000 nurses. In 2010, it recorded 3.8 million physician visits and more than 50,000 hospital admissions. Patients come to the hospital from across America and from more than 80 nations.
Cleveland Clinic was founded in 1921 as a not-for-profit group practice, integrating clinical and hospital care with research and physician education.
Cleveland Clinic employees, their dependents and domestic partners enjoy a wide range of benefits including:
* Pension and savings plans
In many cases, Cleveland Clinic benefits are available immediately upon employment.
Updated September 7, 2011