Why The MetroHealth System?
The MetroHealth System is a leader in trauma,
critical care and emergency medicine; senior health; women's and children's health;
cancer research; treatment of brain disorders; heart disease; psychiatry;
comprehensive stroke care; and rehabilitation. Our more than 400 physicians
are full-time employees of the hospital and members of the faculty of the Case Western Reserve
University School of Medicine
. Many physicians conduct research,
advancing medical knowledge, while providing state-of -the-art treatments for patients. Patients
visit their doctors in our modern outpatient facilities throughout Greater Cleveland. Our
distinctive twin towers on the MetroHealth Medical Center campus contain 731 inpatient beds
in semi-private rooms.
MetroHealth is continually striving
to create an environment that attracts pre-eminent physicians and
researchers. Consistent with that goal, the Charles H. Rammelkamp, Jr. Center for Education and Research
was constructed on the MetroHealth campus.
This modern seven-story facility houses education and research programs. More than 92,000 of
the building's 137,000 square feet are used for research laboratories and support
areas. A 10,300-square-foot medical library, auditorium, and classrooms are included.