More than 100 buildings
More than 100 buildings house the most technologically advanced research, teaching and patient care programs in the region. These modern hospitals, offices, labs and classrooms are balanced by interior design and natural spaces that promote healing and invite quiet reflection.
University Hospital is:
- The flagship hospital of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center with more than 900 beds
- A major referral center for patients throughout Ohio and the Midwest
- One of the busiest kidney and pancreas transplant centers in the world
- An advanced maternity hospital with a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (highest ranking)
- An international center for neuromodulation research and care
- A Level I Trauma Center (highest ranking)
- A leader in minimally invasive surgery and advanced heart and gynecologic surgeries
James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute
The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute is one of the nation's premier centers for the prevention, detection and treatment of cancer. It features the world's most advanced cancer hospital, opened in December 2014, which incorporates patient care, teaching and research space on all floors.
The OSUCCC – James is one of the National Cancer Institute's highest rated cancer centers, and a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, which develops clinical practice guidelines for cancer care worldwide.
Dorothy M. Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute
With a dedicated building and other space across The Ohio State University campus, the Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute is one of the largest heart and lung research entities in the world. Staff and trainees from 26 different disciplines are dedicated to discovering new diagnostics and treatments for patients with acute and chronic diseases that affect the heart and lungs. The Institute also includes active research teams that investigate diabetes and kidney disease, transplant medicine, stroke, skeletal muscle disorders, neurological disease, immune defects, sports medicine and regenerative medicine.
Ohio State Harding Hospital
The 73-bed Ohio State Harding Hospital offers the most comprehensive inpatient and outpatient mental health and behavioral health services in central Ohio. Programs are available for adolescents, adults and older adults. The hospital’s team includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, registered nurses, occupational therapists, recreational therapists, chaplains and licensed counselors. Treatment for anxiety disorders, panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, ADHD and trauma occurs in a supportive environment emphasizing family participation and a return to independent living.
Clinical Skills Education and Assessment Center
The Clinical Skills Education and Assessment Center is a state-of-the-art training center for medical students and other health professionals that simulates actual patient care experiences and allows students to hone their medical skills. Located on the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center's central campus, the 26, 100-square-foot facility houses the most advanced equipment and simulators for instruction in both ambulatory and inpatient clinical skills. The hyper-realistic center, including working scrub sinks, also includes a state-of-the-art testing area, where students are assessed and graded on the skills they have acquired.Learn more
Dodd Rehabilitation Hospital
Dodd Rehabilitation Hospital is home to Ohio State's nationally recognized and accredited rehabilitation inpatient program, specializing in stroke, brain and spinal cord rehabilitation. The program was the first in Ohio and is dedicated to physical medicine and rehabilitation research, training and treatment. Physical medicine and rehabilitation works to restore function for a person who has been disabled as a result of a disease, disorder or injury. Ohio State is consistently ranked among the best rehabilitation centers in the country.
The Chlois G. Ingram Spirit of Women Park
Named for Chlois G. Ingram, a former volunteer at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, the Spirit of Women Park is a place of respite for patients, visitors and staff. The park features translucent etched- glass tiles that appear to "float" on cascading water atop a crescent-shaped reflecting pool. The tiles were designed by donors to honor influential women in their lives. The Chlois G. Ingram monument is inscribed: "With a spirit of caring, compassion and kindness, the nourishment she shared healed hearts and restored hope."
Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital
A leader in cardiology and heart surgery, the Ross Heart Hospital is the only nationally ranked heart hospital in the area, according to U.S. News & World Report.
- Each floor of the 150-bed hospital is dedicated to a specific service, which helps us provide specialized care for every patient.
- Universal rooms allow most patients to stay in the same private room throughout their hospitalization and be treated by a dedicated care team.
- Our personalized approach to care consistently earns high scores in national patient satisfaction surveys.
Ohio State East Hospital blends the friendly atmosphere of a community hospital with the advantages of being a part of a major academic medical center. Located on the eastern edge of downtown Columbus, East Hospital offers renowned Ohio State services in orthopedic care, emergency services, cancer care, addiction services, ear, nose and throat care, heart care, radiology and imaging services, rehabilitation and wound healing.
East Hospital is an active member of PACT, an innovative university-community partnership promoting healthy living, housing and education initiatives in Columbus' near east-side neighborhoods.
Brain and Spine HospitalThe Ohio State University Brain and Spine Hospital is home to central Ohio’s top-ranked Neurology/Neurosurgery program, according to U.S. News & World Report. Our patients benefit from the expertise of a world-renowned team of doctors, nurses and scientists, each specializing in just one disorder.
The 87-bed, 60,000-square-foot Brain and Spine Hospital combines the talent and resources of doctors and researchers at Ohio State’s Neurological Institute in one comprehensive hospital. It includes specialized units for stroke care, neurotrauma and traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and spine surgery, epilepsy, chronic pain, acute rehabilitation and neurosurgery.
We offer primary care and many specialized health services in numerous convenient locations throughout Ohio.
Primary care, sports medicine, orthopedics, mammography, imaging, wound care and other specialties are provided with the compassionate and nationally ranked expert care that is synonymous with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. A few of our multi-specialty locations include:
Biomedical Research Tower
The largest research building on The Ohio State University campus, the 403,000 square-foot Biomedical Research Tower is a critical hub for Ohio State's internationally recognized research programs in cancer and cancer genetics, cardiovascular and lung disease, and high-field imaging. The facility also expands programs in important emerging fields such as biomedical informatics, neurological disorders, heart failure and heart imaging, pharmacogenetics, and targeted molecular therapies, microbial pathogenesis and biodefense, and tissue engineering.