Hospital amenities include:
- 24 beautifully furnished private patient rooms
- Sleeping accommodations for family/support
- Made-to-order gourmet entrées
- Bikor Cholim Hospitality Room*
- Craft coffee service from Daily Dose Coffee Shop
- Ample parking and convenient access to highways
- Alternative therapies to support patients
- Music therapy
- Mindful medicine
- Breathing and other relaxation techniques
A Treatment Destination Designed for Comfort
At Beachwood Medical Center you will recover in a relaxing environment designed to promote healing.
“Our vision was to open a facility where we could provide the best care for our patients in an intimate and efficient, yet patient-friendly setting,” said Medical Staff President and Orthopedic Surgeon Reuben Gobezie, MD. “The entire facility, from patient suites to surgical suites, was designed for the ideal healing environment and patient experience. We looked at everything: comfort, safety, beauty, flexibility, efficiency, air quality, communications, furnishings, technologies, even the food.”
All patient rooms are private suites, promoting rest, while minimizing infection. Patients can control their room temperature, lighting and timing of meals, and a family zone offers the flexibility for staying overnight. Natural light, artwork, wireless communication and other features reduce stress and support healing. Beyond beauty, the design maximizes patient privacy, yet allows safe observation by nursing staff. A range of alternative relaxation techniques are offered to patients to reduce stress such as mindfulness exercises, aromatherapy, reiki, music therapy, adult coloring and others.
Bikur Cholim Hospitality
Beachwood Medical Center offers a Bikur Cholim Hospitality Room on the second floor. This beautiful space offers expanded kosher options as well as a room with a view in which to find privacy or seek rest. Beachwood Medical Center has partnered with Bikur Cholim of Cleveland, an organization dedicated to serving all members of the Jewish Community by providing assistance to improve health and well-being. The group’s volunteers perform the mitzvah of bikur cholim – literally visiting the sick – with care and concern. Bikur Cholim sees its duty to stand with individuals and their families during times of medical crisis in accordance to Jewish tradition, as are the practices of the organization.