CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –
The face of MetroHealth Medical Center is going to change dramatically over the next several years.
By 2020 many of the buildings will be demolished and replaced by more functional facilities. That includes the signature twin towers.
The annual meeting of MetroHealth was packed Friday morning, as long anticipated plans were announced.
But there was no scale model, nothing decided behind closed doors. The idea is to see what patients need and build a facility around them.
“There are so many innovative things happening at MetroHealth,” said Akram Boutros, MD, President and CEO of MetroHealth, “and we are excited to engage and activate the community in our plans for the future.”
A basic theme is to create a campus like atmosphere that intertwine with the community.
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