Courtyard within the Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic Health Education Campus named in honor of former Cleveland Clinic CEO and president, Dr. Toby Cosgrove.
In both the surgical and leadership realms, Dr. Cosgrove believed it was all about pursuing, perfecting, communicating and encouraging new ideas.
What do embroidery hoops and hair barrettes have in common with bicycle brakes? They all inspired Dr. Toby Cosgrove’s problem-solving surgical genius.
Dr. Tommy Mihaljevic encourages mentees to seize tough opportunities when offered.
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In a candid conversation about end-of-life care, Cleveland Clinic CEO and cardiac surgeon Toby Cosgrove shares memories of some searing losses and thoughts on how to improve patients’ last days.
In a Q&A with two end-of-life care specialists, the celebrated surgeon shares thoughts on patient losses that still haunt him and how his thinking has evolved over a long career.
Marissa Mayer, one of Google’s first employees who went on to become Yahoo’s CEO, started her career studying medicine. Dr. Cosgrove interviews her about how a predisposition to change can impact one’s career path.
Colleagues of the late interventional cardiologist Patrick Whitlow, MD, give a sense of why he was honored with the prestigious Master Clinical Operator Award at this year’s Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics conference.