A Vision for the Future

Check back often as we update our gallery with more exciting possibilities for the future of MetroHealth and our community.

The John A. Gannon Comprehensive Burn Center is the only verified adult and pediatric burn center in the state of Ohio. MetroHealth’s Burn Center staff show attendees the multidisciplinary approach to providing care for burn patients.
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The Operating Room staff simulates a trauma surgery.
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Hundreds gathered for MetroHealth’s Second Annual Stakeholders Meeting.
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MetroHealth is the only designated Ebola Treatment Center in Ohio. The team demonstrates the donning and doffing of the hazmat suits for optimal patient and employee safety.
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MetroHealth is verified by the American College of Surgeons as a Level I Adult Trauma Center. The Metro Life Flight and Emergency Department teams show how efficiently patients are treated upon arrival.
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John Chae, MD, Chair of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, describes MetroHealth’s commitment to helping patients recover from trauma.
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A trauma survivor describes her story and the expert care she received at MetroHealth.
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Tom McDonald, chairman of The MetroHealth System Board of Trustees, welcomes attendees to MetroHealth’s Second Annual Stakeholders Meeting.
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Senator Sherrod Brown speaks about the importance of MetroHealth’s mission.
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MetroHealth President and CEO, Akram Boutros, MD, talks about what matters most – the health of our community.
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Attendees tour a complete model of a new ICU room that will be in the expanded Critical Care Pavilion.
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Eddy Kraus, ‎Director of Strategic Partnerships/Regional Collaboration at Cuyahoga County, County Executive Armond Budish, and State Representative Kent Smith in the atrium before the formal presentation begins.
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On Memorial Day 2014, Larry Nowak fell three stories from his home while cleaning gutters, breaking 51 bones. At the meeting, dozens of Larry’s MetroHealth caregivers were thrilled to see how well he’s doing today. Here, Larry and his wife, Donna, thank two of the more than 140 caregivers involved in his recovery.
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Conceptual aerial image of Critical Care Pavilion heading south on Scranton Rd.
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Conceptual aerial image of Critical Care Pavilion heading south on Scranton Rd.
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Conceptual aerial image of Critical Care Pavilion heading west on South Point Dr.
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The crane arrived in several pieces. Once assembled, it will be used in the Northcoast building demolition.
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As part of the demolition phase of the Northcoast building, a large crane arrived on MetroHealth property the morning of Monday, March 23.
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The Northcoast Behavioral Center will soon come down as part of MetroHealth's Transformation.
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A crane continues to slowly tear down the Northcoast Behavioral Center. Motorists can see the activity and the sign that reads Transformation Starts Here when driving on the MetroHealth curve.
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The central green space enhances the connection to West 25th Street by opening up
and connecting the MetroHealth campus with the surrounding neighborhoods and
communities. The public amenities could include a performing arts pavilion, a library and
an education center.
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The vision for MetroHealth is about creating a campus that connects with the surrounding
communities and neighborhoods, creating a place where people live, work, play and heal.
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Dr. Akram Boutros (President and CEO) addresses the crowd at the 1st Annual Stakeholders Meeting on May 9, 2014.
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MetroHealth physicians congregate at the 1st Annual Stakeholders Meeting on May 9, 2014.
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Dr. Sara Laskey (Chief Patient Experience Officer), Liz Durham, Rob Durham (The MetroHealth Foundation Board of Directors) and Tom McDonald (Chair of The MetroHealth System Board of Trustees) at the 1st Annual Stakeholders Meeting on May 9, 2014.
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Dr. Ed Hills (Chief Operating Officer), Rob Falls (Falls Communications), Suzanne Aral-Boutros, Dr. Akram Boutros (President and CEO) and Frank Jackson (Cleveland Mayor) at the 1st Annual Stakeholders Meeting on May 9, 2014.
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The crowd of more than 500 people at the 1st Annual Stakeholders Meeting on May 9, 2014.
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Brian Cummins (Cleveland City Council) and Carlos Fuentes (The MetroHealth Foundation Board of Directors) at the 1st Annual Stakeholders Meeting on May 9, 2014.
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Sherrod Brown (US Senator) converses with guests at the 1st Annual Stakeholders Meeting on May 9, 2014.
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What's Possible
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What’s Possible: Inspiration from Bryant Park, New York City, NY
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What’s Possible: Inspiration from Bethesda Row, Maryland
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What’s Possible: Inspiration from Florida Women’s Pavilion, Orlando, FL
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What’s Possible: Inspiration from IU Health Saxony Hospital, Fishers, IN
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What’s Possible: Inspiration from Children’s Hospital of Alabama, Birmingham, AL
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What’s Possible: Inspiration from Klyde Warren Park, Dallas, TX
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What’s Possible: Inspiration from Ohio City, Cleveland, OH
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View of current West 25th Street campus
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View of current West 25th Street campus
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View of current West 25th Street campus
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View of current West 25th Street campus
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View of current West 25th Street campus
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View of current West 25th Street campus
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View of current West 25th Street campus
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