Healthcare facilities getting into hospitality business to serve traveling patients

January 5, 2017

Healthcare facilities such as the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio are getting into the hospitality business to serve traveling patients, according to an article on the Fierce Healthcare website.

The Cleveland Clinic leased land to a developer to open a hotel on its property.

The Holiday Inn Cleveland Clinic is designed to cater to their guests' medical conditions. 

Tables are at varied heights to accommodate people who might be in wheelchairs, and rooms have more outlets in case guests need to plug in additional equipment like respirators.

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