Great Interventional Radiology Opportunity in one of Norman Crampton's 100 Best Small Towns in America! Cleveland is located approximately 2 hours south of Memphis, TN, near the MS River. It's a college-town (Delta State University) with a very low crime rate, excellent locally owned and operated restaurants and downtown shops. Cleveland is the 1st outside of Los Angeles, CA to have a Grammy® Museum. This is due to the heavy emphasis on music and the arts in our community. We also have a Performing Arts Center, excellent park commission program for kids involved in sports, a dance studio, state of the art aquatic center, state of the art recording studio (part of the Delta Music Institute), top ranked public schools, and several private school choices. The Mississippi River is 17 miles away, so hunting and fishing opportunities abound in this area as well. We are a small town with lots to offer!
Welcome to Cleveland, home to some of America's most fertile farmland, a rich Southern heritage and a strong tradition of hospitality that embraces newcomers with a warm and friendly welcome.
Bolivar Medical Center provides inpatient, outpatient and post-acute care to residents of Cleveland, Bolivar County and the surrounding area. Its campus includes a 165-bed, acute-care general hospital, which also features a 35-bed nursing home; an outpatient rehabilitation facility; and a medical office building which houses a number of physician practices.
Located in the heart of the legendary Mississippi Delta – halfway between Memphis, Tennessee and Jackson, Mississippi – Cleveland combines the charm of a small town with the educational and cultural opportunities of a much larger city. Delta State University offers an abundance of activities and classes for all ages, and the school's 1,200-seat Bologna Performing Arts Center is a hub for the city's arts and entertainment scene. Fielding Wright Art Center exhibits contemporary art by regional, national and international artists in its spacious gallery. And Cleveland's downtown shopping district is known as the "Shopping Mecca of the Delta."
Seven area lakes beckon fishing enthusiasts to try their luck with bream, crappie, bass and catfish. The Dahomey National Wildlife Refuge promises excellent bird watching and seasonal public hunting. Golfers can tee off at two local courses. The city's Park Commission maintains 12 local parks with recreation opportunities for all ages. And just 18 miles west lies Great River Road State Park, with campgrounds, picnic areas and a lookout tower to view the mighty Mississippi.