MetroHealth Clement Center is a now demolished medical clinic operated by MetroHealth Hospital 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. 1 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.
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- “About Us.” MetroHealth, 2017.
- “History of The MetroHealth System.” Rammelkamp Center for Education and Research.
- 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.