Serving northeast Ohio for more than a century, UH Case Medical Center is committed to being a leader in patient care, teaching and research.
University Hospitals participates in quality and safety initiatives to continuously measure and improve health care. We provide consumers and employers with reliable, standardized performance information documentation of the top-notch care we provide.
It’s because of the record number of UH doctors named to this year’s Best Doctors in America® list – and our entire community of physicians, nurses and staff – that we’re able to provide our patients and our region with the most advanced personalized care.
The Pet Pals program, part of Volunteer Services at University Hospitals, gives patients an opportunity to visit with certified therapy dogs and their trained owners. Whether the dogs are performing tricks or just allowing patients to pet or cuddle them, these Pet Pals visits can help raise patients’ spirits and ease their stress.
The breast care specialists at University Hospitals Breast Health Center provide women with a multidisciplinary approach to breast health. Designated a Breast Center of Excellence by the American College of Radiology, the center offers examination, screening and detection techniques at several convenient locations, and utilizes the most advanced treatment options available in fighting breast cancer.
UH Case Medical Center president Fred C. Rothstein, MD, shares his thoughts on University Hospitals’ proud tradition, commitment to excellence, and dedication to providing expert, compassionate care to the residents of northeast Ohio.
UH Case Medical Center has been providing exceptional care in northeast Ohio for more than 100 years. As an academic medical center, UH Case Medical Center is also dedicated to educating and training physicians and conducting leading-edge clinical research.
UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital is a dedicated pediatric hospital with experts who offer a depth and breadth of high quality care that is not available at any other institution in the region.
For 8-year-old Quentin Latimer, the best option to treat his sickle cell disease was a bone marrow transplant. After undergoing a successful transplant at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital with marrow donated by his sister, Quentin is now living the life of a normal, healthy boy.
In the fight against cancer in children of all ages, University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital’s Angie Fowler Child & Young Adult Cancer Institute offers expert, personalized treatment and compassionate care for pediatric cancer patients.
Stacy Tutak, a 34-year-old mother of four, makes a remarkable recovery after suffering a stroke, thanks to her own hard work and determination, and the experts at University Hospitals Neurological Institute.
University Hospitals Case Medical Center has received Magnet re-designation for 2010-14 from the American Nursing Credentialing Center.
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