Sure, you can't smoke if you work there, but you shouldn't be smoking anyway. The Cleveland Clinic, founded in 1921, cares for 5.1 million patients every year, and remains not only one of the largest employers in the region, but a calling card for Northeast Ohio as well. The Clinic routinely sits among the top five hospitals in the country in areas like heart and brain and eye treatment. The U.S. News and World Report folks must be on to something. The Clinic surgeons operate on Saudi princes and homeless youth during the same shift. It's a world-class institution bringing renown, medical technology, and jobs jobs jobs to Cleveland. It's also a hell of a place to work. They treat their people right because, after all, it's the first step in making sure the patients are treated right.
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