Convenient Health Care Services for Residents of Cleveland
For over 20 years, University Hospitals Otis Moss, Jr. Health Center has been serving the Greater Cleveland area and especially our neighbors in the Fairfax community. UH Otis Moss Center was established in close partnership with the Olivet Institutional Baptist Church in 1997. The center provides high-quality patient care in a spiritually supportive environment. In 2017, UH and Olivet reaffirmed their commitment to the community by expanding and enhancing services beyond access to excellent primary care.
UH Otis Moss, Jr. and Olivet Community Health & Wellness Center offers health care services for the whole family. Our staff of experienced and compassionate physicians have expertise in many specialties, including family medicine, pediatric care and internal medicine.
In the summer of 2018, the center will begin offering expanded services, which will enhance health education and wellness with obesity management, diabetes prevention and treatment, cancer and cardiovascular screening, mental health, addiction services, and men’s health. The center will also be home to an innovative program to help patients with chronic conditions obtain healthy foods more conveniently. In addition to personalized clinical services, the center will become a hub of integrated social and economic services.
Our walk-in clinic provides convenient, extended hours from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Learn more about all the services offered at UH Otis Moss Jr. Health Center.
We know that in partnership with the community, the services UH provides can better benefit our patients. UH remains focused on the medical and non-medical needs within our community. The UH Otis Moss, Jr. Health Center will house other organizations and their services. We are partnering with Olivet Institutional Baptist Church, the Olivet Housing and Community Development Corporation, New Bridge workforce training program, Cuyahoga Community College, and the Greater Cleveland Food Bank. Together, these partnerships allow us to address:
- Food insecurity and the nutritional basis of good health
- Workforce development with industry recognized certification and pipeline employment opportunities
- Higher education
- Spiritual counseling
- Environmental concerns
- Primary, secondary and post-secondary education
- Health education
- Social service resource navigation
- Community safety
- Legal assistance
- Housing counseling
- Social exclusion
UH Rainbow Center for Women and Children
Starting in the summer of 2018, pediatric and women’s health clinics from the University Hospitals main campus will move to the new UH Rainbow Center for Women & Children in Cleveland. This state-of-the-art facility will provide pediatric primary care, adolescent medicine, prenatal and gynecology services, childbirth and parenting classes, dental and vision care, and much more.
The center will also offer programming in partnership with the new Dave’s Supermarket, opening in early 2019 on Chester Avenue between E. 61st and E. 63rd streets. In addition to offering a variety of healthy fresh and prepared foods, the market will feature a community kitchen space for healthy food preparation classes and other nutrition programs.