University hospitals receive $10 million grant from the Ahuja family to support community health centers and reach underserved populations

University hospitals receive $10 million grant from the Ahuja family to support community health centers and reach underserved populations

The Midtown health center opened in 2018 with a focus on community-based care for women and children. Since then it’s served more than 114,000 patients. The position is being created in honor of Dr. Richard L. Stein, who has been dedicated to the same efforts during his 30 years with University Hospitals, the news release says. The health center offers outpatient pediatric care, OB/GYN care, mental and behavioral health services and a pharmacy. It also offers a range of services designed to improve overall well-being, such as dietary and food planning, a full-service vision clinic, dental screenings and cleanings, legal aid services and financial counselors.

Monte Ahuja, a Cleveland businessman and entrepreneur, founded the transmission parts distributor Transtar Industries. He and his wife Usha Ahuja, a mathematician and educator, have also donated to Cleveland State University and other Northeast Ohio institutions. “Monte and Usha’s extraordinary gift is a testament to their passion for health care and their dedication to strengthening our community,” University Hospitals CEO Dr. Cliff Megerian said in the news release. “As leading philanthropists in Northeast Ohio, the Ahuja family’s visionary support in 2006 helped us redefine community health care with UH Ahuja Medical Center and, now, they are furthering their commitment to Rainbow.”

The $10 million will be used to improve care at the health center. It will also be used to establish Monte and Usha Ahuja Chair in Clinical Excellence, which will focus on improving community health, outreach and education for underserved populations. Philanthropists Monte and Usha Ahuja made the donation in honor of their daughters Manisha Ahuja Sethi and Ritu Ahuja Khanna, the news release says. The Ahuja family has a longstanding history with the health system; the UH Ahuja Medical Center in Beachwood is named for the family.

Source “This facility is more than a building, it’s an extension of Rainbow’s enduring mission to serve children and families,” Monte Ahuja said in the news release. “The center brings critically needed care and services into the community, helping to transform lives and strengthen surrounding neighborhoods.”

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