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MetroHealth Parma, Parma, OH
Freestanding emergency department located in Parma, OH – Part of the MetroHealth System
- 10,000 Annual Volume
- Freestanding Emergency Department
- Epic Charting System
- Observation Unit Staffed by Hospitalist during the day
- Lab, X-Ray, CT & Ultrasound Available
- MRI (Until 6:00 p.m.)
- 12-Hour Shifts
- 12 Hours of Advanced Practice Coverage Per Day
BE/BC in emergency medicine or PC specialties with extemsive ED experience
ACLS/ATLS &PALS may be required.
Comments About Area:
Parma is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States. Located on the southern edge of Cleveland, it is both an inner-ring and the largest suburb of Cleveland
- 10 MILES SOUTHWEST OF CLEVELAND, OH
- 34 MILES NORTH OF AKRON, OH
Parma, Ohio, gets 37 inches of rain per year. The US average is 37. Snowfall is 58 inches. The average US city gets 25 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 156.
On average, there are 165 sunny days per year in Parma, Ohio. The July high is around 83 degrees. The January low is 19. Our comfort index, which is based on humidity during the hot months, is a 49 out of 100, where higher is more comfortable. The US average on the comfort index is 44.
Located nine miles south of Cleveland and Lake Erie, the city of Parma has convenient access to a wide range of activities, from ice skating to a historical farm to water parks. The city’s recreation department maintains several facilities and supports programs offering residents and visitors the chance to swim outdoors, watch a summer band concert or play a round of disc golf. Whether you stay within Parma’s city limits or venture just beyond to the greater Cleveland area, many activities are available year-round in the area.
• Hungarian Scout Festival
• Stearns Homestead Fall Festival
• Big Creek Reservation
• Stearns Homestead
• Gibbs House
• Dunham Tavern Museum
• Great Lakes Science Center
• NASA Glenn Research Center
• Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
• Ukrainian Museum Archives
• Parmatown Mall
• The Powerhouse
• Jacobs Field
• Parma Theatre
• Henninger House
Additional Fun Facts:
The first settlers in the region were Benaiah Fay and his family. They migrated from the state of New York and named the city in tribute to Parma, New York which had been named after Parma, Italy. The city had an agricultural based economy during the 19th century. In 1924 it was incorporated as a village. The population experienced significant growth after World War II ended. A large portion of the new residents arrived from the Polish and Eastern European communities of nearby Cleveland.