• Martha Morehouse Medical Plaza

Ohio State’s AfterHours Care, located on the second floor of the Pavillion at the Martha Morehouse Medical Plaza, offers treatment for non-life threatening cuts and burns, minor sprains and strains, colds and flu, as well as stitches, splints and urgent X-rays.

No appointment necessary, with evening and weekend hours available. And we can bill your insurance.

You don’t need to be a current Ohio State patient to visit our AfterHours Care at Morehouse. However, if you are already a patient at Ohio State, your visit will be documented in your electronic medical record for your other Ohio State physicians to review.

AfterHoursCare is staffed by two nurses and a radiology technician. Our services include:

Non-life threatening conditions:

  • Colds, coughs and sore throats
  • Minor cuts and abrasions
  • Minor burns, rashes and insect bites
  • Strains and sprains
  • Work-related injuries
Other services:
  • Abscess incision and draining
  • Immunizations and flu shots
  • Fluid administration
  • Urgent X-rays and CT scans
  • Nebulizer treatments
  • Splints for minor injuries
  • Stitches and suturing
  • Wound care
Directions and Parking

Directions and Parking

Our Location

Martha Morehouse Medical Plaza is conveniently located on the western edge of the Ohio State campus.

View an internal map of Martha Morehouse Medical Plaza.

View the OSU medical campus map.

2050 Kenny Road Suite 2250 Columbus, OH 43221

Recommended Parking

Free surface-lot parking for patients in designated spaces

Valet parking will be offered to all patients and visitors who are going to either the Pavilion or Tower. The cost is $3, and hours of operation are Mon.-Fri., 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. A valet attendant will be available Mon.-Thurs., until 8 p.m. to retrieve vehicles after valet closes.

A free shuttle provides transportation between the The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and the plaza every 20 minutes. The shuttle picks up and drops off at the entrance of both the pavilion and goes to University Hospital and Ross Heart Hospital.

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