University Hospitals Case Medical Center
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Locality and Environment: CWRU | UH Campus | City of Cleveland

The Current Pediatric and adult Emergency department at the University Hospitals CMC is the second-busiest Emergency department in the Northeast Ohio. UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital is the only Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center in Northern Ohio, meaning that the most serious emergencies involving children are brought to Rainbow for care. And beginning in January of 2016, we will also become a Level 1 Adult Trauma Center.

Opened in July 2011, $40-million Center for Emergency Medicine and Marcy R. Horvitz Pediatric Emergency Center at UH Case Medical Center now accommodates more than 90,000 visits annually by community residents of all ages, races and income levels. This state-of-the-art emergency medicine facility is now the new home for the CWRU/UH Emergency Medicine Residency Program.

University Hospital's Campus and
Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital

The University Hospitals Shield overlooks the UH campus and the helipad atop Learner Tower.

University Hospitals, also known as Case Medical Center is a state-of-the-art 1,012 bed teaching hospital and the primary affiliate hospital of Case Western Reserve University.

Iris S. And Bert L. Wolstein Research Building is a shared resource for CWRU and University Hospitals. Among others, it is home to the Center for Global Health and The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

Interior lobby of Learner Tower at University Hospitals.

CWRU School of Medicine is among the top 20 medical schools in the U.S. and is the top-ranked medical school of Ohio in research per U.S. News & World Report.

A familiar site across from RB&C Hospital. The Kent Hale Smith Engineering & Science Building houses the department of Macromolecular Science and Engineering and The Center for Layered Polymeric Systems.

Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital is ranked one of the top three pediatric hospital in the Midwest & a top 10 children's hospital by U.S. News & World Report.

The fašade of the Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital, a 244-bed children's hospital is consistently ranked as one of the top three pediatric hospital in the Midwest.

The Central Atrium unites all surrounding Hospitals of Case Medical Center Campus. Inside you'll find places to meet, eat and relax.

Residents and Fellows at UH/CMC receive free access to the Veale Center with their CWRU ID as a benefit coordinated by the Association of Residents and Fellows.

Lakeside Hospital, built in 1898, eventually joined MacDonald Women's Hospital and Babies and Children's Hospital to form University Hospitals of Cleveland.

Facade of the Iris S. And Bert L. Wolstein Research Building as seen at sunrise.

One-to-one Fitness Center, is located across from RB&C on Adelbert Road. It is a private-membership fitness center available to those affiliated with CWRU and UH/CMC. Discounts are offered to UH Residents and Fellows.

Participation in CWRU/UH AeroMedical Transport Team begins in your second year of Emergency Medicine Residency. Though optional, it offers an exciting opportunity to be part of an amazing group of medical professionals.

Dr. Joseph Stone and Dr. Jennifer Mitzman are oriented to the proper loading and unloading of UH's newest helicopter.

Entrance to the Biomedical Research Building at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

The center for Emergency Medicine, which opened in July, 2011, is the home of the UH/CMC Emergency Medicine Residency program. Over 77,000 patients are seen each year at UH/CMC and this number is only expected to increase.

University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center is now University Hospital's Seidman Cancer Center, a world-renown facility where 12 disease specific multidisciplinary care teams provide an integrated approach to treating and preventing major cancers.

Department of Emergency Medicine Residency Program
University Hospitals Case Medical Center
11100 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106
Phone: 216-844-3610 Fax: 216-844-7783