Cleveland Clinic

Chronic diseases such as heart disease, asthma, cancer, and diabetes compromise the quality of life of more than 133 million Americans, or 45 percent of the population.¹ Canyon Ranch Institute and the Cleveland Clinic formed a partnership in 2007 based on mutual interest of increasing prevention and improving wellness through community-based programs.


Cleveland Clinic is a not-for-profit, multispecialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education. Cleveland Clinic plays an important role in the communities it serves, providing uncompensated health care to the poor, engaging in a broad range of medical, research, education and training programs, and sponsoring and supporting various public health initiatives and services.

How We’re Making a Difference

The Canyon Ranch Institute Life Enhancement Program in Cleveland (CRI LEP in Cleveland) was a dynamic program that transferred the best practices of Canyon Ranch to underserved communities to prevent, diagnose, and address chronic diseases through an integrative health model. The Canyon Ranch Institute Cleveland Clinic Life Enhancement program was completed in 2012.

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¹ 2009 Almanac of Chronic Disease. Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease.