Drusinsky Sports Medicine Institute
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Browns release statement after league-leading rusher has surgery to repair ligament damage from September 18 game at Pittsburgh.
University Hospitals (UH) Drusinsky Sports Medicine Institute has partnered with Baldwin Wallace University to become the health care provider for the Yellow Jacket student athletes
'AEDin3' program is collaboration with the Cleveland Browns, Browns Cornerback Denzel Ward’s “Make Them Know Your Name” Foundation and powered by Kaulig Companies.
$236 million expansion includes new emergency department, new sports medicine institute, breast center, men's health center, surgery center, and more.
University Hospitals and Browns emphasize community engagement, highlighted by commitment to youth sports and cancer awareness.
University Hospitals Sports Medicine Institute will join the Korey Springer Institute at Cleveland Browns Stadium to advance medical practices that reduce sport-related deaths.
University Hospitals' Chair of Orthopedic Surgery will serve as NFLPS President in 2024.
$236.1 million project expected to open in 2023, bringing hundreds of jobs to the community and expanding important medical services.