The Cleveland Clinic, established and built in 1921, is a 1,100-bed medical facility that is also active in medical education and research. Of 16 medical specialties, 12 of the Clinic’s specialties are in the top 20 in the country.
As it sits at the forefront of medical research and education, the Cleveland Clinic is near the top in NIH funding. The Cleveland Clinic provides one of the largest graduate medical education programs in the United States, with more than 1,000 residents and fellows participating in several medical specialties.
Cleveland Clinic educational faculty contributes more than 3,000 scientific and medical publications annually. On-campus research facilities cover more than 600,000 square feet and medical classrooms take up 250,000 square feet. Learn more about the Cleveland Clinic by reading our Bright Hub guides.
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