The MetroHealth System is one of the largest, most comprehensive health care providers in Northeast Ohio, serving the medical needs of the Greater Cleveland community since 1837.
We are committed to responding to community needs, improving the health status of our region, and controlling health care costs. As a public healthcare system, we hold as a core value the provision of services to any resident of Cuyahoga County, regardless of ability to pay.
17 Locations Throughout Cuyahoga County
From its flagship campus, MetroHealth Medical Center, to its community health centers from Westlake to Strongsville to Pepper Pike, MetroHealth is committed to the health of all Cuyahoga County residents. View all MetroHealth locations.
By the Numbers
More than 400 primary care and specialty care physicians practice within The MetroHealth System. Every year, MetroHealth Medical Center provides care to more than 28,000 inpatients and delivers about 2,900 newborns. Nearly 900,000 visits are recorded each year in the medical center's outpatient centers, and patient visits to the emergency department exceed 104,000. View more statistical highlights.
Leading Research and Medical Education
Affiliated with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine since 1914, MetroHealth is a center for medical research and education, with all active staff physicians holding CWRU faculty appointments. Learn more about research and education.