Lutheran Hospital ER

The Cleveland Clinic Health Systems continues to provide easier access to patient care with a grand opening for the expansion to Lutheran Hospital Emergency Department on West 25th Street in Cleveland.

Cleveland Clinic’s Lutheran Hospital emergency department was built in 1957 with updates in 1988 and 2005. Recently the hospital announced completion of its $17.5 million expansion of its emergency department. Mayor Frank G. Jackson was joined by City of Cleveland and Cleveland Clinic officials for brief remarks at this event, which represents an example of the steps that Cleveland leaders are taking towards securing Cleveland’s future and making Cleveland a city where wellness and quality of life are inclusive of everyone.

The expansion doubles the size of the hospital’s previous emergency department to 14,000 square-feet, and features a newly designed entrance offering improved access to emergency services. The entire emergency department was renovated to include 21 new private rooms, a new split-flow triage and treatment area, an additional X-ray machine and computed tomography (CT) equipment to help expedite patient care. 

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