Cleveland Clinic opened its doors on Feb 28, 1921. It was a new kind of medical center: a not-for-profit group practice, dedicated to patient care enhanced by…
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Cleveland Clinic on Instagram: “You power-wash your house. Can you imagine power-washing your #lungs? This procedure treats the rare lung disease, pulmonary alveolar…”
You power-wash your house. Can you imagine power-washing your #lungs? This procedure treats the rare lung disease, pulmonary alveolar…
When Caregivers Become Patients
Imagine you work in the #healthcare industry. Then one day you experience a major health problem. Now you’re the #patient in the bed. You’re the one who’s helpless and dependent. That is what happened to the health care professionals in this video. These #doctors, #nurses and #caregivers share their experiences. Hear their stories.
Instagram post by Cleveland Clinic • Aug 1, 2013 at 9:46pm UTC
Fleming Stevens (left) and Andrew Eanes were longtime #caregivers who served as elevator operators, hosts and greeters to patients and families in 1931. They were the the forerunners of today’s Cleveland Clinic Red Coats. #patient #tbt #throwback