Residency Programs at MetroHealth
As a leading public academic health system, MetroHealth is nationally recognized for excellence in providing high-quality, comprehensive care to all patients regardless of their ability to pay.
Nearly 400 residents train with The MetroHealth System every year. These residents come from across the country and around the world to work alongside our expert medical team.
Active in research and clinical trials, MetroHealth’s active physician staff are faculty at the nearby Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.
Leader in Care Delivery
MetroHealth is a leader in new approaches to community health through Partners in Care, a patient-centered community-based medical home program that is wellness-oriented and designed to reduce emergency room visits and hospitalizations. View service statistics.
Network of Health Centers
MetroHealth is expanding its presence throughout Cuyahoga County. In addition to its main campus, MetroHealth Medical Center, the System operates 16 satellite centers, and is planning for new, state-of-the-art community health centers with universal exam rooms to streamline medical staff operations.
Leader in Electronic Medical Records
MetroHealth was a pioneer in the use of electronic medical records (EMR), having launched in 1999. Since then, our EMR infrastructure has grown to include electronic prescribing, MyChart and Care Everywhere, which allows MetroHealth and the Cleveland Clinic to provide seamless access to each other’s electronic medical record systems.
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