Parma Community General Hospital is a 332-bed acute care facility located in Parma, Ohio, Cleveland's largest suburb. An independent, community hospital, Parma Hospital has an independent medical staff of more than 500 members in more than 30 specialties. Its premier services include the Heart Center, Cancer Center, Acute Rehabilitation Center and Residential Hospice. Parma Hospital has been recognized nationally for its orthopedic program, its cardiovascular outcomes and its ICU. It also has been hailed as a top employer in the region, as a business of integrity and for promoting a healthy workplace.
Parma Community General Hospital was founded in 1961 by the cities of Parma, Parma Heights, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, Seven Hills and North Royalton, whose representatives wanted a local option for their residents. When the Hospital opened, it had six floors and 200 beds. The campus now includes a nine-floor main facility, an outpatient surgery center, four medical buildings and satellite facilities in Parma, Parma Heights, Broadview Heights, North Royalton, Independence and Olmsted Falls.