Overview

Overview

As a global leader in healthcare, we are often highlighted in national and international news and are routinely featured as experts-in-the-field in Canada.

For media inquiries, please contact:

Elaine Evans
Marketing and Communications
416.507.6671

Current News

Current News

Cleveland Clinic ranked #2 Hospital In The U.S.

US News & World Report
August 2, 2016

Cleveland Clinic ranked #2 in the nation by US News & World Report for America's Best Hospitals 2016-17.


Former Raptors doctor talks working for Cleveland's biggest employer

Business News Network
May 20, 2016

Director of Sports Health, Dr. Tim Rindlisbacher, talks to Business News network about the Canadian location of Cleveland Clinic and, of course, the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors games.


Your New Year’s resolutions have failed — now try these simple steps

The Toronto Star
Feb 2, 2016

Our Registered Dietitian Jen Sygo shares some real (and realistic) changes you can make today that will help you to be healthier for the coming year.


How to fix low testosterone levels naturally

The Globe and Mail
Dec 6, 2015

Clinical Exercise Physiologist Gilles Beaudin shares some natural fixes for low testosterone levels.

News Archive

News Archive

Skipping breakfast: Why missing a morning meal is a bad idea

CTV Canada AM
Nov 18, 2015

Mary Bamford, Registered Dietitian at Cleveland Clinic Canada, tells viewers what happens to your body when you skip a meal.

What's the long term prognosis for McDavid?

TSN
Nov 4, 2015

Cleveland Clinic Canada’s Director of Sports Health, Dr. Tim Rindlisbacher, explains what a broken clavicle could mean for NHL hockey star Connor McDavid.

Should you go Paleo? All signs point to maybe

The Toronto Star
Nov 2, 2015

Registered Dietitian Jen Sygo takes a closer look at the much-hyped diet.

What your handshake says about your health

The Globe and Mail
March 4, 2015

Exercise Physiologist Gilles Beaudin reveals what your grip strength can tell you about your overall health.

‘Why don’t you just eat?’ Eating disorder patients are caught between stigma and government indifference

The National Post
February 5, 2015

Registered Dietitian Jennifer Sygo discusses the health risks associated with eating disorders.

Smelling salts aren’t the boost hockey players seek

Citynews
January 6, 2015

Professional and amateur hockey players can be seen whiffing smelling salts on the bench but Cleveland Clinic Canada’s Director of Sports Health, Dr. Tim Rindlisbacher, says they don’t give players the edge they’re looking for on the ice.