CWRU Health Education Campus Dental Clinic
Just across the street from the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion is the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine clinic, now open to patients.
Designed by architects from DLR Group|Westlake Reed Leskosky, the three-story, 132,000-square-foot structure provides School of Dental Medicine students a spacious, state-of-the art environment in which to treat patients under the supervision of dental faculty.
The new location offers parking adjacent to the clinic, a significant improvement over the more distant parking options for the current clinic. In addition, patients sometimes had difficulty finding the former clinic nestled along a driveway surrounded by multiple taller buildings.
Adjacent to the dental clinic is a recreational park providing access to the neighboring children and their parents. Cleveland Clinic is working with the Famicos Foundation and Hough Development Corp. to bring the park to life for residents.
Nearly 19,000 patients seek treatment at the dental school’s clinic each year, 11,000 of whom are Cleveland residents. The clinic charges rates roughly 40 to 60 percent lower than traditional dental offices, and also accepts Medicaid.
To learn more about the dental clinic and how to become a patient, visit the dental school’s website.