Cleveland Clinic Restarts Hospital Project

By Dan Hounsell
May 4, 2021
Duttagupta M K /

Slowly, healthcare construction projects put on hold when the COVID-19 pandemic erupted in March 2020 are coming back online.

In Ohio, for example, plans for Cleveland Clinic Mentor Hospital are back in business, according to The News-Herald. Groundbreaking will take place later this year, and the hospital is expected to open in early 2023. The project was paused last year because of the coronavirus pandemic and the need to preserve resources for patients, caregivers and the community.

The proposed full-service hospital is a new concept for the health center that will allow for scalable expansion in future phases. The project is expected to include emergency care, primary and specialty services, advanced imaging, support and a proportionate number of hospital beds. The hospital will sit on 47 acres within the Norton Parkway business corridor.

Cleveland Clinic representatives announced in February 2020 that planning and design were underway.

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