Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital to Expand Outpatient Services with $1 Million Construction Project

Construction to begin next month with completion of the project in Jan. 2022

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Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital

EUCLID, Ohio: Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital will begin construction in the coming weeks to expand outpatient services. This $1 million project will add 16 examination rooms and two procedural testing suites on the first floor of the R building, which is located on the north side of the campus.

“The expansion of outpatient services allows Euclid Hospital to continue to provide patients with high-quality services supported by a robust ambulatory presence that meet the needs of our community,” said Teresa Dews, M.D., president of Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital. “Our goal is to provide care to more patients within our communities.”

Teresa Dews, M.D.

Construction is expected to begin November 2021 with completion of the project in January 2022.

“We are excited to expand our services at Euclid Hospital,” said Leonard Stepp, Chief Operating Officer at Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital. “We are proud to serve our patients and deliver care to meet the unique needs of the Euclid community.”

This expansion project builds upon the growing investment on the Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital campus over the past few years. In 2019, a $3.3 million investment was made on the second floor of the R building to create a state-of-the-art 16-bed senior behavioral health inpatient unit.

Located along the Lake Erie shoreline, Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital is a 166-bed hospital that offers inpatient and outpatient services. Euclid Hospital is home to one of the region’s leading outpatient rehabilitation and orthopedic centers. It also provides a full spectrum of medical expertise for geriatric care to meet the needs of older adults, including an advanced primary stroke center. Other specialties include emergency services, general surgery, neuro-rehabilitation, cardiology, digestive health, and additional inpatient and outpatient care.

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