Ohio State’s nationally ranked inpatient rehabilitation services are conveniently located just south of the The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center campus at Dodd Hall.
We help individuals live their lives to the fullest after disabilities caused by trauma, illness, congenital deficits or disease. We combine state-of-the-art treatments with personalized care to meet each patient’s unique and changing needs.
Rehab services at Dodd Hall include our 60-bed inpatient facility, as well as outpatient services. The inpatient hospital is located on the 3rd and 4th floors of Dodd Hall.
The entrance to the Dodd Rehabilitation Services is on the north side of the building on Dodd Drive.
At this Location
Inpatient Rehabilitation Services
Dodd Hall 3rd and 4th floors
Inpatient Rehabilitation Services General Phone:
Inpatient Rehabilitation Admissions Phone:
As a 60-bed inpatient rehabilitation facility, Dodd Hall provides the most comprehensive and recognized rehabilitation programming in the region.
Services offered include:
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Social work
- Rehabilitation psychology
- Advanced splinting
- Aquatic therapy
- Assistive (or adaptive) technologies
- Bioness technology
- Botox, nerve blockade and baclofen pump therapy
- Cognitive therapy
- Functional electrical stimulation
- Locomotor training
- Medications for cognitive, communication and motor skill recovery
- Neuropsychological evaluations
- Pain management
- Patient and family/caregiver education focused on lifestyle adjustments and disease or disability management
- Real world simulations (independent living apartment, kitchen, car transfer training, stair training)
- Recreational therapy
- Respiratory therapy
- Serial casting for contracture management
- Swallowing evaluations (modified barium swallow studies, fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing (FEES)
- Vision evaluation and therapy
- Case management services
Dodd Hall Room 2145
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
We focus on behavioral and psychological treatment for patients and families coping with chronic illness, chronic pain and disability. Rehabilitation Psychology treats adults with disabilities related to physical, sensory, cognitive and emotional functioning.
Areas of specialization include:
- Neuropsychology (study of the brain and its effect on function and behavior)
- Brain injury (such as stroke or traumatic brain injury)
- Chronic pain
- Stress-related disorders
- Coping with disabilities
Directions and Parking
Dodd Hall, conveniently located on the southern side of campus, is home to two medical centers: The Dodd Hall Rehabilitation Services entrance is on Dodd Drive on the north side of the building. The Davis Medical Center entrance is on the south side of the building that faces Medical Center Drive. You can enter through either entrance or via a skywalk from the SAFEAUTO Hospitals garage on Wespark Street.
View the OSU medical campus map.
Discounted parking is available. Bring your garage ticket and ask for details at first-floor information desk.
Handicapped accessible parking is available next to the building. Additional parking is located in the SAFEAUTO Hospitals Garage at 1585 Westpark Street. It is connected to the Medical Center by a second-floor walkway.
For those with mobility challenges, please drop off at Dodd Rehabilitation hospital entrance on Dodd Drive before parking your vehicle.
Disability parking is available at meters on the street just north of the Dodd Hall entrance.
Park and Ride Service, 614-293-8669, is available Mon.-Fri., 7 a.m.-9 p.m. Free service to and from Dodd Hall and surrounding medical buildings, garages and local hotels.
Valet Parking is available 5 a.m.-5:45 pm at the main entrance to University Hospital (Doan and Rhodes Halls) at 410 W. 10th Avenue. You can then walk to Dodd Hall or call Park and Ride Service.
General Game Day Parking and Traffic Updates
- Football traffic patterns depend on a variety of factors including time of day, time of game, traffic flows, parking availability. Follow the OSU Department of Public Safety on Twitter at @OSUPOLICE for real-time game day traffic and parking updates.
- If you are coming to the game and would like information about parking, visit the www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/gameday for game day parking information and a map. An updated schedule (as kickoff times are announced) can be found on the site by selecting Football and Schedules from the Men’s Sports drop-down menu.
Visiting a Patient
For the comfort of our patients, only two visitors are permitted at any one time. Ask the charge nurse in your unit if you would like to have additional visitors. All visitors must be free of illness. In areas where overnight visitors are allowed, visitors must wear an identification badge at all times. Patient visitation is not restricted on the basis of age, ethnicity, religion, culture, language, physical or mental disability, socioeconomic status, sex, sexual orientation and gender identity or expression.
Visiting Hours for Dodd Inpatient Rehabilitation: 10 a.m.-10 p.m.