According to the terms of a continuing disclosure agreement entered into in connection with its bond offerings, Cleveland Clinic provides copies of its financial statements to Digital Assurance Certification, a website that acts as a clearinghouse for information on municipal bond offerings.
The rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission also require that this information be posted on EMMA (Electronic Municipal Market Access), a newly created website of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board.
Given our commitment to good governance and transparency, access Cleveland Clinic’s most recent financial statements below:
Form 990 is an annual information return required by the Internal Revenue Service for those organizations exempt from federal income tax because of their status as charitable, religious or educational organizations under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3).
An organization’s Form 990 is required by law to be publicly available upon request. Given our commitment to good governance and transparency, we have posted the 2010 returns below.
Cleveland Clinic files two Form 990 information returns annually:
The Cleveland Clinic Annual Report contains the year’s statistics, operational highlights and achievements in science and medicine. It includes a message from the chairman of the Board of Trustees and chief executive officer. It lists the names of all current Trustees and medical and operational leadership.
What if you could read people’s thoughts at a hospital? Not only patients, but families and caregivers? Cleveland Clinic’s Office of Patient Experience led the creation of a video that answers this question. It is short, powerful and poignant. It has a message for everyone inside and outside of healthcare. We hope you’ll watch “Empathy” and share it with your family and friends.
Also, check out our other new videos featured in the 2012 Annual Report: