We're Just Getting Started
2020 Annual Stakeholders Meeting
Due to the ongoing public health impact of COVID-19, MetroHealth has decided not to move forward with this year’s Annual Stakeholders Meeting scheduled for August 28, 2020, 8 – 10 a.m.
Discussion is underway about how best to provide an update to the community. We look forward to sharing these details with you soon.
If you have questions, please contact [email protected].
2019 Annual Stakeholders Meeting
MetroHealth's beginnings may date back to 1837, but when it comes to the work we do, we're just getting started. That was the overall message President and CEO Akram Boutros, MD, shared with an audience of over 450 at our Annual Meeting Friday morning.
"Advancing medical care has been the central focus of every hospital system. For MetroHealth, it is only a part of what we do. We are driven by the relentless pursuit of healthy, thriving communities for everyone," Dr. Boutros said.
"I'd like you to imagine a better future," Dr. Boutros said as he concluded the meeting. "A day when people across the country and around the world come to Cleveland to see how we stopped disease before it took hold. It will be our finest day when all those people come to us and ask how we did it. It will be our finest day when we look them in the eye and say: "This is Cleveland. We're just getting started."
MetroHealth Announcements included:
- Partner in the construction of more than 250 apartments on and around MetroHealth’s campus
- Create and build the Institute for H.O.P.E., dedicated to lowering the barriers to better lives and better health for everyone in our community.
- Boost our neighborhood with a new Employee Housing Assistance Program.
For a complete list of announcements, see our Newsroom.
Attendees received a copy of the 2018 MetroHealth Annual Report.
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