Medical Director Richard Grossberg, M.D. honored as top UH physician
On the evening of Wednesday, November 10, Dr. Richard Grossberg, along with 43 of his esteemed University Hospitals colleagues, was honored as a member of the 2021 University Hospitals Distinguished Physician Class.
Dr. Grossberg has served as the medical director at the Hattie Larlham Center for Children with Disabilities for more than 20 years. He is also a member of the Hattie Larlham Board of Directors. Dr. Grossberg holds dual roles on the staff of University Hospitals as Chief of Pediatric Comprehensive Care at UH Cleveland Medical Center and Chief of Pediatric Comprehensive Care at UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital. Additionally, he is an Associate Professor at CWRU School of Medicine.
Per University Hospitals, the Distinguished Physician Class is comprised of medical professionals who “set standards for quality, safety and patient experience, incorporating evidence-based guidelines to prevent and treat disease utilizing the latest technological advances along with the highest touch compassionate and personalized care.”
Hattie Larlham is honored to have Dr. Grossberg as a leader of our medical team. His dedication, compassion, and expertise have made him an invaluable part of Hattie Larlham throughout his many years of service.
The Hattie Larlham executive team and boards of directors extend sincere congratulations to Dr. Grossberg on this well-deserved honor.