Cleveland Clinic expands global footprint with opening of London hospital
Cleveland Clinic has opened Cleveland Clinic London Hospital, a 184-bed hospital at 33 Grosvenor Place in central London
The facility is the newest location in Cleveland Clinic’s expanding global footprint and the second in London, following the opening of Cleveland Clinic Portland Place Outpatient Centre in September 2021.
Cleveland Clinic London provides patients access to a global network of physicians and specialists. The Cleveland Clinic health system, which employs more than 72,000 caregivers worldwide, has pioneered many medical breakthroughs, including coronary artery bypass surgery, the first face transplant in the US, and most recently the first uterus transplant in the US.
The eight-story facility will treat a wide range of complex conditions, with a focus on heart and vascular, digestive disease, neurosciences, and orthopaedics. The hospital has 184 inpatient beds, including 29 ICU beds and eight operating theatres, a 41-bed neurological rehabilitation ward and a staff of approximately 1,150 caregivers.
Extending its model of care to more patients
“For more than 100 years, Cleveland Clinic has been at the forefront of medical innovation and specialised health care,” said Cleveland Clinic CEO and President Tom Mihaljevic. “We believe that touching more lives is our ethical imperative. With the opening of Cleveland Clinic London, we are extending our unique model of care to more patients than ever.”
Brian Donley, CEO of Cleveland Clinic London, added: “This is an eventful moment for the entire Cleveland Clinic family. We are excited to be bringing our unique model of care to the UK, combining London’s world-renowned physicians and research with Cleveland Clinic’s 100-year history of technological advances and clinical expertise. We will provide patients with an unparalleled experience and the highest quality care.”