Cleveland Clinic will invest $1.3 billion in capital projects, including the construction of new buildings and the renovation of facilities in Ohio, Florida and London.
On its main campus, the medical center will build a 1 million-square-foot Neurological Institute building, expand the Cole Eye Institute building and expand research facilities through its commitment to the Cleveland Innovation District.
The Neurological Institute building will include inpatient and outpatient care, along with imaging and surgical services and research laboratories, to investigate the function of the human brain and innovation laboratories to develop the neurological treatments of tomorrow. Currently, neurological services are at several locations on its main campus. This new facility will bring those caregivers and services together under one roof. A $10 million donation from the Charles L. Shor Foundation has supported design and planning of the building. Work on the project will begin in 2022 with the first patient expected n 2026.
The new neurological building will be located on its main campus.
Once the old Cleveland Play House building is removed, this area will support the building of the new neurological building where equipment and vehicles will be contained on Cleveland Clinic property during construction. Potential long-term plans for this portion of land include a new mixed-use neighborhood development project.
Across campus, expansion of the Cole Eye Institute building will add 150,000 square feet of new space, in addition to renovations on the existing space. The project will add operating rooms and procedure rooms.
Other capital projects of note include:
- Mentor Hospital, scheduled to open in 2023
- Fairview Hospital renovations to address patient and caregiver needs
- Weston Hospital in Florida, expansion of top floor of bed tower
- London Hospital in the United Kingdom, which opened in March 2022.