A focus on innovative art and architecture has impacted Cleveland Clinic’s environment in a unique way.

Cleveland Clinic’s leadership has instituted an enterprise-wide imperative to transform its facilities into models of efficiency, organization and patient focus for the 21st century. As with the art, the primary goal is to construct a calming atmosphere for patients and their families. The buildings are meant to be easy to understand and navigate and to serve as supportive, healing places. The Center for Design at Cleveland Clinic was established in 2017 to further the commitment to provide a therapeutic and consistent environment for patients and caregivers.


Patient room in Miller Family Pavilion at main campus.