Planning Updates


To The CWRU and Cleveland Clinic Communities,

It is a great privilege to prepare some of the brightest students in the nation to help shape the future of healthcare. It is also a moral obligation. Our institutions both have proud histories in medical leadership.

Founded in 1843, the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine:

• was one of four schools nationwide that Abraham Flexner cited for excellence in his landmark 1910 medical education assessment;

• revolutionized medical training in the 1950s with its Western Reserve curriculum that organized learning by organ systems; and…Read more.

Case Western Reserve and Cleveland Clinic expand education campus to include dentistry and nursing

the daily: Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic are expanding their health education collaboration to include dental and nursing students on the campus already planned for the institutions’ medical students.

The news comes as the university and hospital system submitted designs and renderings for the 485,000-square-foot quadrangle building to the Cleveland City Planning Commission in advance of meetings next week. The world-renowned architecture firm Foster + Partners designed the Health Education Campus to stand on the same 11-acre parcel originally designated for the medical education building. Located on East 93rd Street between Euclid and Chester Avenues, it will include even more of the cutting-edge technology and innovative learning spaces previously planned for medical education.

Read more in the daily.

School of Medicine Planning Committee Kick Off Meeting

Download the Key Points from Kickoff Meeting (pdf).

Deans Describe New Partnership to Medical School Community

Fifty days have passed since we first announced our partnership to create a new building to house our medical education programs. Read more.

Planning Committees

Download the information here.