Parma Named Official Hospital

The Lake Erie Monsters are pleased to announce that Parma Community General Hospital has signed on to be the official hospital of the team. Parma will partner with The Center of Orthopedic Surgery to form the Official Medical Team of the Lake Erie Monsters.

“Parma Community General Hospital is proud to be the official hospital of the Lake Erie Monsters. Our partnership creates an outstanding opportunity to foster strong relationships with area families because of the similar passion and commitment to the community that our organizations share,” said Terry Deis, president and CEO of Parma Community General Hospital. “We are excited to be able to treat the team with Parma Hospital’s excellent, personalized care.”

Parma Community General Hospital is a successful, independent, not-for-profit, community hospital in Cuyahoga County. Founded in 1961, Parma Hospital now has 321 beds with a medical staff of over 500 physicians in more than 30 specialties and a comprehensive campus of services.

The Center of Orthopedic Surgery provides treatment for arthritis, sprains and fractures, as well as knee, shoulder, elbow and hand conditions. They also offer specialized treatments for sports injuries.

“The Monsters are excited to partner with Parma Hospital, who we know will provide top-notch care to our players,” said Monsters President Kerry Bubolz. “We also share some of the same core values that Parma Hospital exhibits, such as integrity and community outreach.”

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