Doing Business with MetroHealth
Important COVID-19 Notice For All Vendors, Contractors, and Educational Affiliates
On August 26, 2021, The MetroHealth System enacted a requirement that all workforce members be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no later than October 30, 2021.
In furtherance of this policy, MetroHealth is also mandating that all students, vendors, and contractors who enter a MetroHealth facility meet the same requirement.
Reaching out to organizations that meet and support supplier diversity remains a proactive business process at MetroHealth.
Our Supplier Diversity strategy supports our commitment to care for the communities we serve. It allows us to leverage our purchasing to drive economic inclusion for qualified diverse suppliers. We strive to increase participation in MetroHealth’s procurement opportunities for businesses that are 51 percent owned and operated by U.S. citizens within the United States.
Business Enterprises include:
- Service-disabled veteran
- Local and Regional
To effectively deliver an integrated model of world class care, MetroHealth engages business partners, suppliers and vendors – both large and small – that complement our strategy. The following information is intended to assist corporations seeking to do business with MetroHealth.
If interested in conducting business with MetroHealth, please register your company and apply through our Supplier Portal. It is imperative that you indicate your company’s diverse vendor classification and upload the latest applicable certification.
The supplier diversity strategy at MetroHealth aims to develop a pool of qualified and certified diverse business partners, suppliers and vendors for increased participation in our procurement opportunities.
MetroHealth's desire to attract more diverse business partners, suppliers and vendors follows a three-pronged approach:
- Increase the business partner, supplier and vendor pool to connect qualified diverse owned companies to current bidding opportunities. External matchmaker events, ongoing collaboration with community partners, and targeted meet-and-greet events hosted by MetroHealth all support this effort.
- Promote the growth of business opportunity to current diverse MetroHealth business partners, suppliers and vendors.
- Promote inclusive sub-contracting on MetroHealth’s construction projects using Community Benefits Agreements and our construction Mentor/Protégé Programs.