MetroHealth Clement Center

MetroHealth Clement Center was a MetroHealth medical clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. It was named after Dr. Kenneth W. Clement, a physician, teacher, and civil rights advocate.

The MetroHealth Clement Center opened in 1976, replacing the circa 1925 East 35th Street Clinic that was operated by the City Hospital. 1 2 Located on East 79th Street, the facility provided family medical services. 1 It was renamed MetroHealth Clement Center for Family Care in 1989.

MetroHealth Clement Center for Family Care closed in 2004. In September 2014, the county voted to sell the building to the Cleveland Clinic for $125,000. 3 The clinic razed the facility in 2016.



  1. “About Us.” MetroHealth, 2017.
  2. “History of The MetroHealth System.” Rammelkamp Center for Education and Research.
  3. Tobias, Andrew J. “Architect for pedestrian walkway to lakeshore chosen: 3 things you need to know about Tuesday’s Cuyahoga County Council meeting.” Plain Dealer [Cleveland], 9 Sept. 2014.

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