Statement from Cleveland Clinic on the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

On Jan. 13, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the COVID-19 vaccine mandate issued by the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare (CMS) is allowed to move forward for healthcare workers in the U.S. Therefore, in accordance with this federal mandate, we are requiring all of our employees and those who provide services with our … Read More

Cleveland Clinic’s Commitment to the Community

Cleveland Clinic is committed to helping its communities thrive.  As an anchor institution, Cleveland Clinic’s community support goes beyond healthcare services, as it promotes the physical and economic health of its neighborhoods.  Today, the healthcare system took another step toward that goal by pledging $50 million to the Lead Safe Cleveland Coalition and the United … Read More

COVID-19 Cases Are Up But Vaccines Work – If We Take Them

One year ago today, Cleveland Clinic administered its first dose of COVID-19 vaccine. It was given to a nurse who takes care of hospitalized patients. Since that time, Cleveland Clinic has administered more than 350,000 doses of vaccine in Northeast Ohio alone. While many hospitals today are full of patients who are COVID-positive, vaccines do … Read More

Update to Visitation Guidelines at Cleveland Clinic Ohio Locations Beginning Dec. 7

Beginning Tuesday, Dec. 7, Cleveland Clinic is updating visitation guidelines for all Ohio locations.     Visiting with loved ones is important to our patients, especially during the holiday season. While we continue to manage high numbers of patients in our facilities, we have protocols in place that allow more individuals to visit, while still protecting our patients and caregivers.  … Read More

Updated Statement on Federal Vaccine Requirements

A federal court recently issued a preliminary injunction, temporarily blocking enforcement of the COVID-19 vaccine federal mandate by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). That rule is now on hold. In light of these developments, we are pausing the implementation of our COVID-19 vaccine policy, which required all employees and those who provide … Read More

Statement on Federal Vaccine Requirements

Recently, vaccine requirements were announced for healthcare systems regulated by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). In accordance with these federal mandates, we are requiring all of our U.S. employees and those who provide services with us to receive their first dose of an mRNA vaccine or their one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine … Read More

Ohio Gov. DeWine, Anchor Institutions Provide Update on Cleveland Innovation District

Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted joined Cleveland Innovation District anchor institutions at the Health Education Campus in Cleveland today to update the Innovation District’s progress since plans were announced in January of 2021. The partnership between JobsOhio, the Ohio Department of Development, Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, The MetroHealth System, Case Western Reserve … Read More

Serving the community for 10 years: Stephanie Tubbs Jones Health Center provides care to patients in East Cleveland and surrounding neighborhoods

On Oct. 3, 2011, Cleveland Clinic opened the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Health Center in East Cleveland, near the site of the former Huron Hospital. The community health center building, which was a $25 million investment, provides several outpatient services in its three-story 50,000 square feet of space. The 10-year anniversary of the health center confirms … Read More

90 Percent of Heart Disease is Preventable through Healthier Diet, Regular Exercise, and Not Smoking

Ninety percent of the nearly 18 million heart disease cases worldwide could be prevented by people adopting a healthier diet, doing regular exercise, and not smoking. “Heart disease is 90 percent treatable – everyone can prevent heart disease anywhere in the world, especially by eating foods that are low in salt and cholesterol, exercising regularly, … Read More