We are delighted to offer you a glimpse of areas around Cleveland Clinic that are of interest to our residents and fellows. Learn more about our campus as you peruse the photos and captions in the galleries below.
This workspace in the House Staff Resource Center allows trainees to catch up on emails, patient notes or research. The House Staff Resource Center is open 24/7. (main campus)
Most of the conference rooms in the House Staff Resource Center offer about a half dozen desktop computers. (main campus)
Trainees who don’t have locker space within their departments can request a locker in the House Staff Resource Center. The center, which is open 24/7, is accessible only to trainees via badge swipe. (main campus)
The House Staff Resource Center has three sets of locker rooms. Each locker features a keypad lock for convenience. (main campus)
The space and equipment inside the House Staff Resource Center is cleaned daily, and, in the era of COVID-19, deep cleaned quarterly. As well, disinfectant wipes and hand sanitizer are in plentiful supply. (main campus)
The House Staff Resource Center has five conference rooms, each with a large video screen for use during meetings and presentations. During down time, trainees can relax and tune into a movie, news, sports or other entertainment on the screens. (main campus)
A bright, clean space, the House Staff Resource Center offers a reprieve from the busy hospital floors. (main campus)
Trainees use the workspace in the House Staff Resource Center for myriad reasons including team meetings, feedback sessions and patient handoffs. (main campus)
The House Staff Resource Center has 46 desktop computers, along with printers, scanners and other supplies, for the convenience of trainees. (main campus)
Home to the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute, Glickman Tower was built with generous support from the late Carl and Barbara Glickman. The Glickman Hall, shown here, features a 30-foot-tall hanging sculpture of anodized aluminum, created by Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, called BlueBerg (r11i01), 2007.
Pictured is one of 65 exam rooms in the newly renovated Cleveland Clinic Children’s outpatient center. The Cleveland Clinic's Critical Care Transport helicopter is visible in the background.
Cleveland Clinic provides leading-edge technology for the benefit of patients everywhere. This endovascular operating room resides within the Heart, Vascular & Thoracic Institute, which comprises more than three dozen specialty centers and clinics.
Cleveland Clinic caregivers, many of whom are trainees, practice clinical skills through self-guided tasked-based simulators, in-situ simulations and courses created by their program directors and other faculty. The Multidisciplinary Team Training Lab features two critical care/medical-surgical rooms and a fully functioning operating room.
Simulation-based training is safer for everyone, and it also offers teams the ability to view recorded training sessions and debrief to pinpoint exactly what was done right and what could be improved.
The use of robotic surgery has become standard practice for many urologic and gynecologic procedures, giving patients the benefit of less pain and scarring, a shorter recovery time and typically better clinical outcomes.
Many patients enter Cleveland Clinic through the Miller Pavilion Lobby, where they’re greeted by a large sign that welcomes them in many languages. More than 6,500 works of fine art are exhibited throughout Cleveland Clinic in public spaces, hallways and patient rooms, including this sculpture by Jaume Plensa, called Cleveland Soul. (main campus)
Employees, patients and family members can make use of the chapel, located in Glickman Tower, at any time. The chapel offers a space for prayer, meditation and reflection, as well as for regular worship services. (main campus)
Inside the chapel is a binder of public prayers and prayer requests; a chaplain prays these prayers daily. In addition to the chapel, Cleveland Clinic offers a Muslim Prayer Room, also in the Glickman Tower, for communal Muslim prayer. The Jewish Chapel is located nearby and is available at all times for prayer, silent reflection and small group worship. (main campus)
The latest main campus eatery, the Crile Food Emporium, is located in the Crile Building and features six unique food neighborhoods, offering caregivers and visitors a variety of options including vegetarian and vegan fare, sandwiches, Italian favorites, noodle bowls and more. (main campus)
Open and airy, with plenty of seating, the Crile Food Emporium is open from 6:30 a.m. – 6 p.m., Monday-Friday, and accepts cash, credit and payroll deduction for employees. (main campus)
A 33,000-square-foot facility, the W.O.Walker Employee Fitness Center offers the latest in cardiovascular and strength equipment, 20-meter heated therapy pool and weight room. The center is free for employees who participate in the Cleveland Clinic employee health plan. (main campus)
Health and fitness professionals offer personal training to employees. The fitness center is open Monday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., Fridays from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (main campus)
In addition to both indoor and outdoor tracks, the fitness center offers a cycle room and a full gymnasium for basketball and group exercise classes. Employees can safely store their belongings in a long-term or day-use locker, and take advantage of shower facilities and free towel service. Garage parking at the fitness center is available for free for up to three hours. (main campus)
Located at the top of the Miller Family Pavilion, the Rooftop Terrace provides not only a relaxing, healing space for patients, families and caregivers, but also an enchanting view of Cleveland. Events such as yoga classes, chair massages and concerts are regularly held at the terrace. (main campus)