To Act as a Unit - The Story of Cleveland Clinic
Episode 5: 1930-1940
Cleveland Clinic was coping with the fallout from a tragic fire and explosion that killed 123 patients, visitors and employees on May 15, 1929. The organization’s unique model of medicine showed its value, as the Clinic not only survived the disaster and the Great Depression, but emerged with a greater reputation. The medical campus continued to grow in size and the focus on treatment, education and research moved forward.