Cleveland Clinic by the Numbers
Patient visits: In 2017, we had 7.6 million total visits; 229,132 admissions; and 207,354 surgical cases.
Employees: We have 52,082 employee caregivers, of which 3,676 are physicians and scientists and 11,889 are nurses. With 27 institutes providing care in 140 subspecialties, patients come to us from all 50 states and 180 countries around the world.
Locations: We are home to a 165-acre main campus (with 42 buildings), 11 regional hospitals, 18 full service family health centers throughout Northeast Ohio, and locations in Weston, Fla.; Las Vegas, Nev.; Toronto, Canada; Abu Dhabi, UAE; and London, England.
Research and education: We have 1,965 residents and fellows in training and 107 accredited training programs, with research funding totaling $272 million, including $108 million in federal funding.
Cleveland Clinic serves the community by providing uncompensated health care to those in need, engaging in a broad range of medical, research, education and training programs, and supporting community health initiatives. In 2016, our community benefit contribution totaled $693 million.
On average, our Critical Care Transport team makes more than 5,600 transports a year and has transported people from around the nation and from 27 countries.
Cleveland Clinic has been a leader in developing an electronic medical record (EMR). MyChart is a secure, online health management tool that connects Cleveland Clinic patients to portions of their personalized health information.
Economic and Fiscal Impact Reports
As the largest employer in Northeast Ohio and the second largest in Ohio, Cleveland Clinic has made significant contributions to the state and local economies, totaling $12.6 billion in 2013, according to the Cleveland Clinic Economic Impact Report. In 2013, Cleveland Clinic provided 48,570 direct jobs – including Cleveland Clinic physicians and employees, on-campus hotel jobs, on-campus parking jobs, and jobs existing at spin-off companies – for a total of $3.7 billion in wages and benefits.
In addition, Cleveland Clinic accounted for 44,990 indirect jobs – those provided by other businesses, through the support of the hospital’s spending – for a total of $2.2 billion in wages and benefits. In all, the activities of Cleveland Clinic supported more than 93,000 Ohio jobs in 2013, representing more than $5.9 billion in total earnings.
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Similar economic impact reports were prepared for Cleveland Clinic facilities in Florida and Nevada. In Weston, Fla., Cleveland Clinic Florida’s total economic output added up to $783 million, including 5,300 jobs and $365 million in wages and benefits.
In Las Vegas, the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health totaled an economic output of $35.3 million, including 210 jobs and $14.6 million in wages and benefits.
Community Benefit Report
In 2016 Cleveland Clinic provided $809 million in community benefit in Ohio, Nevada and Florida, a 17 percent increase over 2015. Community benefit includes activities or programs that improve access to health services, enhance public health, advance generalizable knowledge and relieve government burden. Cleveland Clinic’s 2016 totals marked the highest level of community benefit in its reporting history.
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Community Health Needs Assessment 2016
Cleveland Clinic health system completed comprehensive community health needs assessments (CHNAs) which included all communities surrounding the system’s hospitals and family health centers. The goals of these assessments were to identify and evaluate health related needs in the communities Cleveland Clinic serves and to use this information to fulfill our mission.