Health Education Campus becomes “Hope Hospital” in preparation for surge in COVID-19 patients

Cleveland Clinic completes ‘Hope Hospital’ conversion for COVID-19 surge at Health Education Campus

WOIO-19: The Health Education Campus—the 477,000-square-foot building serving as a collaborative learning site for Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic—has been prepared to care for a surge of COVID-19 patients, if necessary, with more than 300 beds for patients who do not require ventilators or large amounts of oxygen but are still in need of health care. The facility has been dubbed “Hope Hospital”.