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SPECIAL REPORT: A DOSE OF REALITY

AUGUST 22 - 28, 2011

CRAIN’S CLEVELAND BUSINESS

Lake Health TriPoint Medical Center, 2009, Concord Township $155 million; 300,000-square-foot facility has 119 private patient rooms and replaces East Medical Center in Painesville

12. EUCLID Cleveland Clinic • Emergency department, Euclid Hospital, 2007 $5 million; 8,000-square-foot expansion to the hospital’s emergency unit

C Cleveland Clinic Miller Family Pavilion, 2009, M Cleveland C $504 million; home of the $ heart and vascular institute h aand entrance to the hospital

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Cleveland Clinic • OR expansion, Marymount Hospital, 2013 (expected) $45 million; 74,000-square-foot renovation and expansion project, which features new operating rooms

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Summa Health System • Summa Health Center at Green, 2000 $11.2 million; nearly 100,000-square-foot facility with imaging, fitness programs, lab services and other programs

Akron General Health System • Green Health & Wellness Center, 2012 (expected) $40 million; 100,000-square-foot facility will include a medical office building, emergency department and other services Summa Health System • Summa Wellness Institute, 2007 $15 million; health center offering fitness equipment, a track and sports performance clinic

16. LAGRANGE Mercy • Mercy Primary Care in LaGrange, 2008 $813,271; a partnership between Mercy Medical Partners and Mercy Allen Hospital, the office features four exam rooms

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17. LORAIN Mercy • The Stroke Center at Mercy Regional Medical Center, 2008 $1 million; center is a nine-bed unit consisting of 6,000 square feet offering a private environment for stroke treatment and recovery

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Summa Health System Robinson Health Center at Streetsboro, 2010, Streetsboro $23.2 million; 76,000-squarefoot outpatient facility consolidated existing services in the city and added additional services such as imaging, wound care, sports medicine, mammography and others

University Hospitals UH Chesterland Health Center, 2004, Chesterland $2.5 million; facility offers primary care services, physical therapy and other services

Lake Health • Freestanding emergency department at Madison Campus, 2011 $4.7 million; 10,000-square-foot facility features 10 private treatment rooms, two private trauma rooms and one private behavioral health observation room

19. MAYFIELD HEIGHTS Cleveland Clinic • Hillcrest Hospital expansion and renovation, 2011 $163 million; project included the new sixstory Jane and Lee Seidman tower that added 72 private rooms to the hospital

20. MEDINA Information compiled by Timothy Magaw Map by Lauren Rafferty

21. MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS

• Emergency/ICU expansion, Marymount Hospital, 2007 $25.3 million; new critical care tower houses a 30-bed emergency department and expands 28-bed intensive care unit

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University Hospitals • UH Medina Health Center, 2010 $10 million; facility brings together UH physician practices, offers additional specialty services Southwest General Health System • UH Ireland Cancer Center at Southwest General (now UH Seidman Cancer Center at Southwest General), 2000 $7.6 million; community-based location of University Hospitals’ cancer services

• Green emergency department, 2011 or 2012 (expected) $17 million; new emergency department includes 16 exam rooms and an imaging suite

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• Summa Health Center at Lake Medina, 2011 (expected) $8 million; freestanding emergency department will include 14 exam rooms and a conference area

Summa Health System • Summa Health Center at Lake Medina, 2010 $8.5 million (Summa’s investment); outpatient health center is a partnership with Signet Healthcare

Mercy • Mercy Surgery Center at Mercy Allen Hospital, 2005 $4.6 million; 15,000-square-foot center has 16 beds, two large surgery suites and other services

23. ORANGE VILLAGE University Hospitals • UH Chagrin Highlands Health Center, 2001 $26 million; facility offers primary and specialty care, women’s health and other services

24. PARMA Parma Community General Hospital • Cancer Center/Medical Arts Center 3, 2000 $7.3 million; facility offers outpatient cancer treatment and office space for physicians • Residential hospice, 2001 $2.6 million; hospice facility has 10 beds and is staffed 24 hours a day • Intensive care unit addition, 2003 $6.5 million; 18-bed intensive care unit • SurgiCenter, 2003 $9.7 million; outpatient surgery center with a connecting bridge to the hospital • Medical Arts Center 4; 2003 $7 million; facility houses medical offices

25. RAVENNA Summa Health System • Emergency department at Robinson Memorial Hospital, 2000 $9.6 million; doubled size of emergency department by adding about 10,000 square feet • Radiology department at Robinson Memorial Hospital, 2002 $10 million; doubled the size of the radiology department, adding 15,000 square feet • Robinson Professional Center, 2009 $13.8 million; 59,000-square-foot facility for an endoscopy center and congestive heart failure clinic • Surgery department at Robinson Memorial Hospital, 2011 $19.7 million; 20,000-square-foot addition for eight new operating rooms

26. SHEFFIELD VILLAGE EMH Healthcare • EMH Sheffield Medical Building, 2006 Cost not provided; three-story medical office building housing orthopedics and physical therapy services

27. STOW Akron General Health System • Stow Health & Wellness Center, 2007 $31 million; full-service, medically based fitness center with an emergency department and other services • Stow Medical Office Building, 2009 $7 million; located on the Stow Health & Wellness Center’s campus, facility houses physician offices

28. STREETSBORO Summa Health System • Robinson Health Center at Streetsboro (see inset)

29. STRONGSVILLE Southwest General Health System • The Thomas P. Perciak Family Residential Hospice, 2002 $3.4 million; facility features 10 private rooms and is staffed 24 hours a day

30. TWINSBURG Cleveland Clinic • Twinsburg Family Health and Surgery Center, 2011 $96 million; 190,000-square-foot center houses an emergency department and other services University Hospitals • UH Twinsburg Health Center, 2007 $18 million; facility offers primary care, specialty care and other services. UH invested an additional $2.4 million for a new emergency department.

31. WADSWORTH Summa Health System • Founders Hall at Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital (now Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital), 2001 $8.7 million; four-story facility houses administrative departments, pharmacy, cafeteria and nutrition services • ICU at Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital, 2010 $1.8 million; built a new second floor onto the hospital building and doubled the number of rooms for the intensive care unit • Emergency department at Summa Wadsworth-Rittman Hospital, 2011 (expected) $3.2 million; will increase the emergency department’s size from 9,300 to 16,000 square feet and its capacity by 20 beds University Hospitals • UH Sharon Health Center, 2010 $3 million; facility houses a Seidman Cancer Center, family medicine practice, laboratory and radiology services

32. WESTLAKE St. John Medical Center • Emergency department and chiller plant, 2004 $15.5 million; ED offers 26 treatment rooms, including two trauma rooms

33. WILLOWICK Lake Health • Willowick Campus, 2008 $4 million; 15,000-square-foot center offers urgent care, primary care and other services

34. WILLOUGHBY Lake Health • West Medical Center Physician Pavilion, 2005 $10 million; 75,000-square-foot addition houses the system’s center for sports medicine and rehabilitation

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Crain's Cleveland Business  

August 22-28, 2011 issue

Crain's Cleveland Business  

August 22-28, 2011 issue

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