UH Cleveland Medical Center
Founded in 1866, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center has a long history of providing exceptional healthcare for the residents of Northeast Ohio. Among the nation’s leading academic medical centers, we are leading the way in both the discovery and implementation of medical advancements and the delivery of exceptional patient care.
With more than 1,000 registered beds, UH Cleveland Medical Center provides primary, specialty and subspecialty medical and surgical care. Located in the heart of Cleveland’s University Circle on a beautiful 35-acre campus, UH Cleveland Medical Center includes general medical, intensive care and surgical units as well as two major hospitals:
- University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center
- University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital
As a comprehensive, integrated, academic health system, our physicians and researchers span the full spectrum –from basic/translational to clinical/population research. The total research portfolio in 2017 was $164 million in sponsored funding. This includes UH federal funding, in conjunction with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine (about $79 million), non-federal grants ($29 million) and clinical trials ($56 million). The UH Clinical Research Center is home to the largest clinical trial site in northeast Ohio with more than 1,000 active trials.