Ronald Cossman, MD, Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Joins Cleveland Clinic Martin Health

Cleveland Clinic Martin Health welcomes board-certified surgeon, Ronald Cossman, MD. Dr. Cossman specializes in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery. After earning his medical degree at the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor, Dr. Cossman completed the general surgery residency program at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio and the cardiothoracic … Read More

Cleveland Clinic Weston Hospital Expands Its Fifth Floor Hospital Tower

Cleveland Clinic celebrated the expansion of its Weston Hospital campus with the addition of 28 beds to the 5th floor of the hospital’s bed tower. The new state-of-the-art rooms will provide expanded access to patients requiring complex care. Sixteen of the new beds are for intensive care and the other 12 are for telemetry and intermediate care services. The … Read More

Surendra Khera, MD, Joins Cleveland Clinic Florida as Chair of Population Health

Cleveland Clinic Florida (CCF) welcomes Surendra Khera, MD, MSc, as Regional Institute Chair of Population Health. In this role, Dr. Khera will define, develop, and manage the clinical operations, financial performance, academics, and growth of all patient care activities within the CCF Population Health Institute. Dr. Khera has served in many leadership roles throughout his … Read More

Cleveland Clinic Florida Welcomes Peter Dayton, MD and Stephen Livingston, MD

Cleveland Clinic Florida is pleased to welcome Peter Dayton, MD, FACOG, CPHQ and Stephen H. Livingston, MD, FACOG, NCMP. Peter Dayton, MD, earned his medical degree and completed the obstetrics and gynecology residency at the Medical College of Ohio at Toledo. His clinical interests include menopausal management; patient safety, quality and advocacy; medical ethics; and health … Read More

Cleveland Clinic Researchers Collaborate with International Team to Uncover How the Body Responds to Life-Threatening Disease from Herpes Simplex Virus 1

WESTON, Fla. — A collaboration between Ghent University in Belgium and Cleveland Clinic’s Florida Research & Innovation Center (FRIC) found a new way genetics influences the body’s antiviral response by studying a life-threatening disease caused by a common virus: herpes simplex virus 1 (HSV-1). The researchers analyzed genetic data from a patient with immunodeficiency and … Read More