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  2. Cleveland Clinic - Wikipedia

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    Cleveland Clinic. / 41.502595; -81.621066. Cleveland Clinic is an American nonprofit academic medical center based in Cleveland, Ohio. [4] Owned and operated by the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, an Ohio nonprofit corporation, Cleveland Clinic was founded in 1921 by a group of faculty and alumni from the Case Western Reserve University School of ...

  3. Cleveland Clinic fire of 1929 - Wikipedia

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    The X-ray file room after the fire. The Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit Ohio corporation, founded in 1921 by four physicians. On May 15, 1929, which was a Wednesday, the four-story Clinic building on Euclid Avenue was bustling with physicians, nurses, employees and patients, busy with the work of the Clinic's medical-surgical practice.

  4. Workday, Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Workday, Inc., is an American on‑demand (cloud-based) financial management, human capital management, and student information system software vendor. Workday was founded by David Duffield, founder and former CEO of ERP company PeopleSoft, along with former PeopleSoft chief strategist Aneel Bhusri, following Oracle's acquisition of PeopleSoft in 2005.

  5. Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine - Wikipedia

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    United States. Website. case .edu /medicine. Case Western Reserve School of Medicine ( CWRU SOM, CaseMed) is the medical school of Case Western Reserve University, a private research university in Cleveland, Ohio. It is the largest biomedical research center in Ohio. [1] CWRU SOM is primarily affiliated with University Hospitals Cleveland ...

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  7. History of Cleveland Clinic - Wikipedia

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    The Cleveland Clinic had its roots in the Lakeside Unit, [1] [2] an American First World War medical-surgical unit consisting of volunteers from Cleveland's Western Reserve University Lakeside Hospital, (now part of the University Hospitals medical system), organized and led by George W. Crile, MD the hospital's chief of surgery.

  8. Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi - Wikipedia

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    Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi is a 23-acre facility with five clinical floors, three diagnostic and treatment levels and 13 floors of critical and acute inpatient units. The 409,234 square metre hospital currently has 364 patient beds, with the option to increase that level to 490, including 72 ICU beds, 4 post anesthesia care units (PACU) and 26 ...