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Prentiss Center Closed

The Elisabeth Severance Prentiss Center closed at the end of May, speeding up the timeline for demolition and converting the land for new use as part of Campus Transformation.

"The Prentiss Center served our patients and this community well for decades, but this is another important milestone in the Campus Transformation," said MetroHealth Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Michael Stern.

The Prentiss Center, which provided skilled nursing care, stopped accepting patients in early May 2021. Most patients were discharged or transferred to other skilled nursing facilities in the area prior to closing.

All employees at the Prentiss Center who were in good standing were offered jobs within the organization.

Demolition of Prentiss is expected to occur this summer.

MetroHealth's future skilled nursing patients will be treated at the new multimillion-dollar skilled nursing and rehabilitation center being developed with ProMedica on the Old Brooklyn Campus. The new ProMedica Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation at MetroHealth is expected to open later this year. The state-of-the-art facility will have 96 beds.

It will provide medically complex and intensive rehabilitation services for short-term patients transitioning from hospital to home, in addition to 24-hour skilled nursing care. Old Brooklyn will become a hub for healthy aging resources that not only includes skilled nursing and rehabilitation services provided by ProMedica, but also offers convenient access to inpatient rehabilitation services, geriatricians and geriatric specialists.

Prentiss Center for Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation