Read the stories here of the hospitals and heroic health care workers across the state fighting coronavirus.
COVID-19 patient Gary Campbell in May was just released from the hospital after spending three weeks on a ventilator. Now, just two months later, he’s got his golf swing back and he recently put down more than 100 bags of mulch in his yard.
The Clorox Company and Cleveland Clinic announced today that they are bringing together their expertise to support public health as society continues to face COVID-19.
A ProMedica study investigating the treatment of adult coronavirus patients with stem cells has yielded promising results, with some patients progressing from an inability to talk or eat due to shortness of breath, to speaking in full sentences and eating full meals comfortably in a short period of time.
NASA’s John H. Glenn Research Center and University Hospitals have collaborated to develop new methods and technologies for decontaminating PPE for aerospace applications, and for safeguarding the health of workers caring for patients infected with the novel coronavirus.
Doctors and nurses working at UC Medical Center and West Chester Hospital say they’ve had to make big changes for themselves and their patients because of the coronavirus pandemic.
OhioHealth CEO Steve Markovich, MD, was featured in the newest round of advertising by the state to educate Ohioans on the importance of wearing a mask.
Cleveland Clinic Akron General has launched a new fundraising effort – called Neighbor to Neighbor – to expand efforts to increase health care access for those affected by health disparities in Summit County.
Shareece Mashiska, a nurse manager at Mercy Health – St. Elizabeth Youngstown Hospital, is featured in Ohio's “I Believe" campaign, that focuses on the prevention measures two Ohio health care providers take to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Click here to watch the PSA.
Parade Media is partnering with Cleveland Clinic on a third Healthy Now national survey in the coming months, focusing on the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on health and lifestyle behaviors and attitudes.
Genesis Hospital is assisting health care professionals and first responders in the fight against COVID-19. Read more
OhioHealth emergency physician Laura Espy-Bell, MD, is featured in Ohio's “Up to All of Us” campaign, that focuses on the importance of taking proper preventative precautions to get Ohioans back to work and Ohio's economy working again. Click here to watch the video.
For some, these moments are bigger. Whether that be a scheduled graduation, celebrating a huge milestone such as a birthday or anniversary, or those who were planning a wedding. Read more
University Hospitals is participating in a study evaluating whether infusion of plasma donated from someone who has recovered from COVID-19 can improve the health of patients currently fighting the virus. Read more
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center has put out calls for adults, teenagers and children who were diagnosed through a laboratory test with the illness 21 or more days ago to join a database for research on the virus that's caused a pandemic.
Cleveland Clinic researchers have developed one of the first risk prediction models that allows healthcare providers to predict a patient’s likelihood of contracting COVID-19, and how likely the patient is to recover.
Goodyear’s Wingfoot Three blimp flew over Akron-area hospitals Tuesday displaying messages thanking workers and others for their dedication during the coronavirus pandemic.
Many of the Mercy Health nurses are going above and beyond their normal job descriptions. They are learning new skill sets outside of their regular roles. Read more
United Airlines' CleanPlus program brings together a most trusted brand in surface disinfection - Clorox - and the country's top medical experts - Cleveland Clinic - to inform and guide United's new cleaning, safety and social distancing protocols. Read more
Emergency room doctor Jim Sauto works long shifts at the Cleveland Clinic, and as soon as he walks into his home, he immediately showers to decontaminate himself. Read more
Health care workers have had to face down uncertainty and don layers of personal protective equipment to treat the sick during the new coronavirus pandemic. Read more
Cleveland Clinic Akron General is opening a COVID-19 testing location in downtown Akron in mid-June. Read more
The 28-year-old Newark woman had only been a registered nurse since 2016, at Genesis Hospital in Zanesville. Read more
At first glance, it doesn’t look very impressive. Just a plexiglass box with handles, two circular openings and a sliding door. Read more
Those on the frontlines, all over the world, are continuing to go above and beyond during this time of need. Read more
The Manufacturing Advocacy and Growth Network (MAGNET), in collaboration with University Hospitals and The Ohio Manufacturing Alliance to Fight COVID-19, has developed a new, protective testing platform for health care workers assessing the spread of COVID-19. Read more
Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center is distributing community care kits to help protect residents in vulnerable neighborhoods from spreading coronavirus. Read more
The COVID-19 has demonstrated that nurses are able to use an abundance of acquired skills to help combat the pandemic. Read more
University Hospitals announced May 7 the rollout of the UH Healthy Restart Playbook -- a comprehensive toolkit to help businesses emerge from the novel coronavirus crisis. Read more
Southern Ohio Medical Center is providing ways for citizens of the Scioto County area to support its’ staff amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Read more
University Hospitals has reached its goal of collecting 100,000 cloth masks made and donated by people across Northeast Ohio. Read more
Grocery stores everywhere are adding delivery services during the COVID-19 pandemic, but often times the wait can be extreme. Because nurses and doctors are struggling to get their essential items, a hospital in Canton is implementing its own program to make it even more convenient for our healthcare heroes. Read more
A team from MetroHealth’s Institute for H.O.P.E. and First Year Cleveland have made sure that toiletries are available during the coronavirus pandemic for some of the most vulnerable. Read more
Megan Sites landed in a hospital this month critically ill with COVID-19, fighting for every breath. She also was seven months pregnant with her second child. Read more
Healthcare workers have been the cornerstone of our community during the coronavirus outbreak. Thousands of people heading to the front lines, caring for anyone who comes into their facility. Read more
The line of cars told the story. For a few days in March, they stretched out of Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals drive-thru COVID-19 testing centers. Read more
The state worked to secure ventilators for use during the peak of the coronavirus outbreak, an Ohio anesthesiologist successfully pushed officials to also account for alternative machines that would do the job. Read more
Adena Health System is successfully managing its inventory of N95 masks for frontline caregivers by partnering with Battelle Institute through its new decontamination system. Read more
A new flu clinic opened Wednesday in Bond Hill, bringing to the area free access to COVID-19 tests and flu screenings. Read more
The Parma Fire Department, along with those from Parma Heights, Brooklyn Heights, Seven Hills, North Royalton, and Broadview Heights, showed their appreciation for the coronavirus frontline workers at the University Hospitals Parma campus. Read more
While only essential errands should be conducted at this time, by order of Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Southern Ohio Medical Center has compiled a checklist for remaining safe while shopping for necessary supplies and groceries. Read more
The “TikTok Doc” danced his way into a viral sensation in early April, showing off some fancy footwork that landed him on network television and millions of social media feeds.
As the majority of Ohioans stay at home to stop the spread of the coronavirus, frontline workers at Adena Health System are not fearful of going to work. Read more
The app, called Doctella, is connected to a finger sensor that checks patients’ oxygen saturation level and respiration rate, measures used to monitor people with COVID-19 and conditions like congestive heart failure. Read more
One doctor in Ohio is trying to give his patients a pick-me-up - by supplementing his expertise with his voice. And it’s turning out to be perfect medicine. Read more
A central Ohio emergency physician is sharing his story from the frontlines of two major events in history. Read more
The Browns will donate net proceeds from sales of their new jerseys to a fund aiding health care professionals, first responders and others who have selflessly served during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more