After nearly one year of fact gathering, feedback from the public, a general election, and negotiations between the city, Lakewood Hospital Association and the Cleveland Clinic, Lakewood City Council unanimously approved a new master agreement designed to ensure the availability of high-quality health care in the city of Lakewood.
Lakewood City Council voted Monday night to approve the master agreement forged between the City, Lakewood Hospital Association and The Cleveland Clinic to ensure the availability of high quality health care, including 24/7/365 emergency services.
The more we’ve studied Lakewood’s health, the more convinced we are that this deal puts Lakewood on the leading edge of personalized medicine and a wellness movement, the kind of care that is most responsive to the needs of our community.
Lakewood City Council President Mary Louise Madigan has released an updated version of the legislation introduced last Monday, December 7, involving the future of healthcare in Lakewood. The initial version of the legislation did not contain the full master agreement between the city, the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and the Lakewood Hospital Association, as the parties’ […]
The future is now in Lakewood. We’ve done our homework. We’ve gathered all the facts. We’ve heard from the residents we represent. We are ready to make our recommendation on how to improve the health of our community. It is our hope to have an agreement in place by the end of 2015 so that […]
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Just because you’re diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, it doesn’t always mean you have to give up your passion for sports. Most conditions these days can be treated, and doctors will work with you to find out your limitations.
The City of Lakewood has been notified that the Lakewood Hospital Association governing board has called for two special meetings to be held on Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015, and Wed., September 16, 2015, at 4 p.m., each in Wasmer Auditorium at Lakewood Hospital, 14519 Detroit Avenue.
Build Lakewood is comprised of citizens from all walks of life who share the same objective. We want the Lakewood City Council to move forward with the redevelopment plans put forth by the Cleveland Clinic and Lakewood Hospital Association.
Bike to School Day is May 27th for all middle school students attending Garfield and Harding Middle Schools in Lakewood. To receive the participation goodie bag and to be eligible for raffles, students MUST wear a bike helmet. In Lakewood, it is the law that all riders under the age of 18 wear a bike […]