Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital will construct a new medical-surgical unit, the latest in a series of investments in the hospital.

The 15-bed medical-surgical unit will serve a wide range of patients — from those who are acutely ill to those who are recovering from surgery, hospital officials said. Features of the $4.1 million unit include all private rooms with work space for caregivers to care for patients with medically and surgically complex needs.

“This investment will help our caregivers continue to provide the highest quality care for members of our community right here in Medina County,” said Dr. Richard Shewbridge, president of Medina Hospital. “The new medical-surgical unit will provide the best environment for our caregivers to take care of patients and for our patients to heal and recover.”

Construction of the new unit, which is just under 18,000 square feet, begins this month and is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

Last year, Medina Hospital renovated its intensive care unit, making more than $1.7 million in upgrades. The hospital is nearing completion of a $5.8 million renovation of its emergency department.

Cleveland Clinic has invested more than $105 million in Medina Hospital since it joined the health system in 2009, including new operating rooms, a wound center clinic and other outpatient services.