About Euclid Hospital
Located on 17 picturesque acres along the Lake Erie shoreline, Euclid Hospital is home to one of the region's leading rehabilitation and orthopedic centers. The hospital, with 371-licensed beds, offers a complete continuum of care from emergency services to surgery, to acute and subacute care, to rehabilitation, to outpatient care. Euclid was originally founded in 1907 as Glenville Hospital, and was constructed at its existing location in 1952.
The hospital has a strong history of caring for the community, a tradition which continues today. Euclid Hospital teamed up with Cleveland Clinic and other area hospitals to form Cleveland Clinic health system. Cleveland Clinic offers broad geographic coverage, a full continuum of care, improved quality and lower cost of care to Northeast Ohio residents.
Cleveland Clinic provides a full range of health services within a wide geographic area, offering patients the very best care conveniently located near where they live or work. Providing outstanding rehabilitation care. Within Euclid's fully accredited acute rehabilitation center, patients recovering from disabling injuries or illnesses receive intensive, individualized care. In addition to 24-hour nursing, patients receive physical, occupational, speech, art and music therapy.
To help transition patients from the rehab center to the home environment, the hospital offers an independent living suite. For patients whose needs do not require inpatient care, Euclid maintains a comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility.
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