Cleveland Clinic Marymount Hospital Emergency Department
Garfield Heights, Ohio
As part of the Cleveland Clinic Health System (CCHS), Marymount Hospital is a non-profit, community hospital that provides services to 41,000 Emergency Department patient visits annually. The hospital was originally founded in 1949 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis. High quality patient care is centered on the mission to “provide excellent health care guided by the Christian values of service, compassion, dignity and respect” and to “promote well-being of every person to whom the hospital ministers.”
Designed to deliver emergency care with a patient-centered approach, Marymount Hospital’s Emergency Department features an innovative circular plan. Nursing stations, patient monitoring stations and medication supplies are located in the center, surrounded by 30 private treatment rooms. This design enhances patient care by allowing nurses a clear line of sight to all patients at all times, and encourages communication between patients, family members and the interdisciplinary team.
Marymount Hospital serves 13 local communities in Cuyahoga County and Summit County and offers specialty services in behavioral health, breast care, orthopedic, pulmonary, rehabilitation, stroke, and cardiac services. Marymount Hospital received a first time Magnet designation in 2021, is a 5-star rated hospital by Hospital Compare, Grade A Leapfrog rating, and is a Stroke Gold Plus Primary Stroke Center award recipient from Joint Commission. The Emergency Department was awarded Level II Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation by the American College of Emergency Physicians in 2021.