For more than 50 years, University Hospitals Parma Medical Center has been serving the health care needs of the residents of Parma, Brooklyn, Seven Hills, North Royalton and surrounding communities.
This 332-bed full-service community hospital employs 2,000 Northeast Ohio residents, including more than 500 physicians trained in more than 30 specialties. This includes experts in emergency medicine, heart and vascular, cancer, bariatric surgery, pain management and rehabilitation. UH Parma Medical Center has also received national recognition for our orthopedics program and cardiovascular outcomes.
Services Available at Our Community Hospital
Radiology and diagnostic imaging, physical therapy and laboratory services are available at multiple locations, while home health care, hospice, screenings and educational programs round out our full spectrum of services. UH Parma Medical Center is a preferred provider for all major managed care plans, delivering exceptional care, close to home.
UH Parma Medical Center History
UH Parma Medical Center was founded as Parma Community General Hospital in 1961 by the cities of Parma, Parma Heights, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, Seven Hills and North Royalton. The hospital became part of the University Hospitals Health System in January 2014.
Our medical care service area now extends far beyond the six founding communities, serving residents across the Cleveland metro area. UH Parma Medical Center includes a nine-floor acute care hospital, four medical buildings and satellite facilities in Parma, Broadview Heights, Brooklyn, North Royalton and Seven Hills.
Community Health Needs Assessment & Implementation Strategy
University Hospitals performs periodic community health needs assessments (CHNAs) in order to better understand and accommodate the health needs of our community. Additionally, we have a 2019 Implementation Strategy for each UH hospital facility. Learn more about the most recent UH Parma Medical Center CHNA.