When it comes to starting your healthcare career, location matters.
Learning in a sophisticated healthcare city means more opportunities for shadowing, more volunteering, more clinical experiences, more research and so on.
A top healthcare community means you learn under some of the nation’s foremost practitioners, in hospitals that utilize advanced technology and employ research-based best practices.
Cleveland, home to Case Western Reserve University, is the kind of place where you’ll want to start your future in healthcare.
Our campus is within one mile of three major medical hospitals. Through our partnerships with these and other medical facilities, our students hone their skills and learn from some of the country’s leading practitioners and scientists.
- Cleveland Clinic: Consistently ranked among U.S. News and World Report’s top 5 hospitals in the nation
- University Hospitals: Ranked in the top 50 for seven adult and eight pediatric specialties
- Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center: Caring for more than 100,000 veterans each year
- MetroHealth Medical Center: A Level 1 trauma center with a burn unit, and one of the largest and most comprehensive healthcare providers in northeast Ohio.
Case Western Reserve is well-connected to Cleveland’s healthcare ecosystem. Many of our faculty in the sciences and medicine hold joint appointments with our neighboring hospitals. Your navigator and academic advisors know well the opportunities for learning in these facilities and will connect you with experiences that will directly benefit your career goals.
Our healthcare city means more experience. A bigger network. And job opportunities after graduation. Your future in healthcare starts here.