Cleveland Clinic Main Campus has more than 48,000 staff and considered to be the largest private employer in Northeast Ohio region. We are always looking for professionals who are dedicated to service and quality. We have a mission to provide better care of the sick, investigation into their problems, and further education of those who serve. We also envision to be the world's leader in patient experience, clinical outcomes, research and education.
Facility Type: Acute Care Hospitals
Ownership: Voluntary non-profit - Private
Military Hospital: No
Awards/Certifications: 2014-2016 America’s 50 Best Hospitals for Cardiac Surgery Award™, 2014 Cardiac Care Excellence Award™, 2013-2015 Outstanding Patient Experience Award™, Joint Commission Accreditation, 2015 America's Best Hospital's Survey, American Heart Association's Get With the Guidelines - Heart Failure GOLD Plus Award
Teaching Hospital: No
Number of beds: 1400
ICU beds: 64
Services At This Hospital
- Arts & Medicine
- Cancer (Taussig)
- Center for Functional Medicine
- Center for Connected Care
- Children's Hospital and Pediatric Institute
- Dermatology & Plastic Surgery
- Digestive Disease
- Emergency Services
- Endocrinology & Metabolism
- Genomic Medicine
- Head & Neck
- Heart & Vascular (Miller Family)
- Lorain Institute
- Ob/Gyn & Women's Health
- Ophthalmology (Cole Eye)
- Orthopaedics & Rheumatologic
- Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
- Quality & Patient Safety
- Research (Lerner)
- Respiratory (Lungs
- Breathing & Allergy)
- 4 Urology & Kidneys (Glickman)
Intensive Care (Critical Care, CCU, ICU)
It's a big corporate environment, with the advantages and disadvantages that normally occur: much bureaucracy, but also good benefits and well-organized nursing supports. My unit - Medical ICU - is large and busy and a great learning environment, if you enjoy trial by fire. We have a good orientation and Nurse Residency program. Many opportunities for continuing education and advancement. Starbucks is open 24/7, but food choices aren't great; pack a lunch.
Cardiovascular ICU (CVICU)
Great training and great benefits! World class hospital with amazing resources.
Medical-Surgical (MS, Med-Surg)
RN, Skin care resource nurse, reiki practitioner, vascular ascess resource nurse
Coworkers, educational opportunities, pay, scheduling, #2 hospital in the U.S.
Med-surg as a whole has a shortage of nurses causing nurse to latient ratios to increase at times, increasing stress levels
15 yrs employment with ccf in digestive disease and emergency
Upholds excellent work standard and has current magnet status has state of the art departmental support and has excellent educationAL opportunities
Parking fees monthly
Pediatric ICU (PICU)
You will have opportunities to learn from some of the best in many specialties, and you will get to care for patients few other facilities would ever see
World renown specialty physicians. High standards of practice. Great outcomes. Magnent hospital. Excellent benefits. Heath conscious. Institution that strives for excellence.
Cardiovascular OR (CVOR)
Happy in the OR
Love my coworkers & opportunity to learn here. Working along world class surgeons is an inspiring experience. ORs all contain the best technology and equipment.
Due to staffing, inability to switch shifts is often an issue
Cardiovascular ICU (CVICU)
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Emergency Room (ER)
We are team oriented and patient driven
This hospital is a very well know, world known hospital that is a privilege to work at. Just to be able to say I have worked at this hospital is a true honor and if it so well kept. The building I work is the newest in the hospital and is very up to date on all the newest technology and procedures. It is a great place to learn as a new graduate nurse.