University Hospitals Health System
The University Hospitals Health System, a non-profit organization headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is one of the largest health systems in the United States and has been providing quality healthcare for more than 150 years. Founded on Marcy 9th 1866 by a group of local physicians and community leaders at the request of Franklin Thomas Backus, UHHS was originally founded as The Free Hospital for Crippled Children. With its first home located on Franklin Avenue in Cleveland, UHHS rapidly grew as it expanded services to include adult patients and acute care hospitals across Northeast Ohio. Today, UHHS comprises over 20 medical centers including six community hospitals – University Hospitals Euclid Hospital, University Hospitals Parma Medical Center, University Hospitals Richmond Medical Center, Chagrin Highlands Health Center, Bedford Medical Center and Ahuja Medical Center – as well as partnerships with more than 200 primary care physician offices throughout the region. Its various medical centers offer specialty healthcare services such as obstetrics/gynecology (OB-GYN), cardiology/vascular services and surgery among many others.
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