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Center for Emergency Medicine

Encouraging Professional Development in the Field of Emergency Medicine

The Center for Emergency Medicine at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is recognized nationally for leadership, service, education and innovation.

Currently, UH has the third largest emergency services coverage area in the country, providing more than 5,000 critical care transportation rides per year and serving 255 communities across Northeast Ohio. The UH emergency medicine system encompasses 10 emergency departments that participate in the UH Emergency Medicine Quality Network and serve more than 400,000 patients per year.

$6.5 million legacy gift enhances emergency medicine across University Hospitals

A significant estate gift of $6.5 million from the late Arthur D. and Kazuko Maine will support emergency medical care across the University Hospitals health system, expanding the now named Arthur D. and Kazuko Maine Trauma Unit at UH Ahuja Medical Center, while also establishing the first two endowed positions within emergency medicine at UH and supporting an endowed chair for orthopedic trauma.

Vicki Noble, MD, Chair, Center for Emergency Medicine, UH Cleveland Medical Center, will serve as the inaugural Arthur D. and Kazuko Maine Endowed Chair in Emergency Medicine Leadership.

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