Cleveland Clinic’s success continues to be a boon for region
Cleveland Plain Dealer, September 9, 2008
A new $506 million heart center known as the Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Pavilion is cutting-edge evidence that healthcare, and the Cleveland Clinic in particular, is a top job driver and economic engine in the Cleveland area. The heart center, along with the $128 million Glickman Tower, will soon add 100 beds and 1,000 jobs to Cleveland Clinic's sprawling main campus. The new facilities enhance the region's growing profile as a medical hub and its ability to attract more talent and investment, officials say.
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