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The Greater Cleveland Metropolitan Area, also referred to as Greater Cleveland, is composed of 5 counties in Northeast Ohio, including Akron and Elyria. The area is facing some severe health problems, especially in relation to obesity and diabetes. The rate of adult obesity in Greater Cleveland is almost 30% and is increasing rapidly. Experts suspect that the rate of obesity could actually exceed 59% by the year 2030. Additionally, more than 330 thousand people in the metro area have diabetes. With 14.5% of the population living below the poverty line, it is becoming increasingly difficult for some to obtain medical services.
It is highly suggested that medical professionals in Greater Cleveland be certified in CPR, First Aid and BLS (Basic Life Support) due to the numerous health disparities that residents are facing. These critical qualifications can help EMTs, RNs and other medical professionals provide the necessary care to improve the health of the individuals in the area. "CPR Select" provides flexible, quality online training programs that make it easy to certify or recertify.
The Cleveland Clinic is one of the top four hospitals in the United States. Founded in 1921, Cleveland Clinic employs more than 37 thousand people, including over 2,800 physicians and 1,300 residents with over 120 specialties including gastroenterology, cardiovascular, rheumatology, orthopedics and urology. Cleveland Clinic is also the #1 hospital in the Greater Cleveland area. Other notable Greater Cleveland hospitals include University Hospital of Cleveland and Metropolitan Health Medical Center.
Greater Cleveland has a population of almost 2.1 million people. It is the 15th largest combined statistical area and the 28th most populated metropolitan area in the United States. The city of Cleveland, also called "Forest City," is 82.47 square miles, making it the second largest city in Ohio. The climate in Greater Cleveland is continental and has four distinct seasons with hot, humid summers and cold, snowy winters. The area has a high prevalence of lake effect snow, thunderstorms, hail, wind storms and tornadoes.
Incorporated in 1836, Cleveland was named after General Moses Cleaveland and became a major commercial center in the 1830s after the Ohio and Erie Canals were completed thereby connecting Cleveland to the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The Great Lakes Exposition in 1836 served to boost interest and morale following the Great Depression. Following World War II, the economy and population increased greatly and Cleveland became known as the "All-American City." Growth continued until the 1950s when the Civil Rights Movement caused social turmoil and riots.
The economy of the Greater Cleveland area is largely comprised of medical centers, technology, biotechnology, and fuel-cell research, steel and manufactured goods. Tourism is also a major contributor to the economy. With a GDP of over $134 billion, it is the 57th highest in the world.
Cleveland is perhaps best known as the home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Additionally, Greater Cleveland has a dedication to the arts with several theatres, museums and musical centers. The Cleveland Theatre District in downtown Cleveland is the 2nd largest in the nation. Notable fine and performing arts attractions include the Actors Summit, Cleveland Orchestra, Highland Theatre, Cabaret Dada, Playhouse Square Center and numerous film and television studios. Additionally, Cleveland is home to the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland Museum of Art and the "A Christmas Story" House. The city also hosts a popular Fashion Week and St. Patrick's Day Parade.
|CPROhio||4760 Grayton Road, Cleveland, OH, 44135|
|University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center||13207 Ravenna Rd, Chardon, OH, 44024-7032|
|State||Major Cities||Average Life Expectancy for Male||Average Life Expectancy for Female||National Health Ranking||CPR Select Courses Accepted|
|Washington||Seattle||77.51 years||81.73 years||15th|
|Oregon||Portland||76.78 years||81.28 years||10th|
|California||Los Angeles San
Diego San Jose
Long Beach Fresno
|77.8 years||82.84 years|
|Alaska||75.86 years||80.97 years||50th|
|Hawaii||Honolulu||78.23 years||84.83 yearsx||4th|
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