• Brain and Spine Hospital
The 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.

Learn more about Brain and Spine care at Ohio State.

Other services located at the Ohio State Brain and Spine Hospital include the Comprehensive Transplant Center, urology care, and outpatient services provided by The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute. See below for details.

At this Location

At this Location

The James Genitourinary Oncology Center

The Genitourinary Oncology Center at the OSUCCC – James, located on the first floor of the Brain and Spine Hospital, houses our team of sub-specialists whose sole focus is preventing, detecting and treating genitourinary cancers. As a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated comprehensive cancer center, the OSUCCC – James offers patients access to novel therapies that may not be available anywhere else in the U.S., including some of the world’s most advanced, sophisticated clinical trials. 
 
Our team of genitourinary cancer subspecialists spans a broad range of disciplines: from medical surgical and radiation oncologists to urologists, molecular and biological pathologists, genetic scientists and more — all specializing in a specific type of genitourinary cancer (and only genitourinary cancer). Many of our experts also help write the national clinical guidelines for treatments.
 
If you have received a genitourinary cancer diagnosis, or if you want a second opinion or just want to speak to a lung cancer specialist, we are here to help you. Call 800-293-5066 or 614-293-5066 to make an appointment.

The James Neuro-Oncology Clinic

The Neuro-Oncology clinic at the OSUCCC – James, located on the first floor of the Brain and Spine Hospital, houses our team of brain cancer subspecialists, which spans a broad range of disciplines: from neuro-oncologists and radiation oncologists to neurosurgeons, neuropathologists, genetic scientists and more — all specializing in brain cancer (and only brain cancer) research, prevention, detection and treatment. As a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated comprehensive cancer center, the OSUCCC – James offers patients access to novel therapies that may not be available anywhere else in the U.S., including some of the world’s most advanced, sophisticated clinical trials for brain tumors. 
 
Our team of brain tumor experts may base treatment not only on the type and stage of the tumor, but also the molecular and genetic make-up of your individual tumor. 
 
If you have received a brain cancer diagnosis, or if you want a second opinion or just want to speak to a neuro-oncology specialist, we are here to help you. Call 800-293-5066 or 614-293-5066 to make an appointment.

The James Thoracic Oncology Center

The Thoracic Oncology Center at the OSUCCC – James, located on the second floor of the Brain and Spine Hospital, houses our team of sub-specialists whose sole focus is preventing, detecting and treating lung cancer. As a National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated comprehensive cancer center, the OSUCCC – James offers patients access to novel therapies that may not be available anywhere else in the U.S., including some of the world’s most advanced, sophisticated clinical trials for lung cancer. 
 
Our team of lung cancer experts may base treatment not only on the type and stage of lung cancer, but also the molecular and genetic make-up of your individual tumor. 
 
If you have received a lung cancer diagnosis, or if you want a second opinion or just want to speak to a lung cancer specialist, we are here to help you. Call 800-293-5066 or 614-293-5066 to make an appointment.

 

Urology

1st Floor

Department of Urology: 614-293-8155
Dr. Shabsigh’s assistant: 614-366-8560 
Hours: Wednesdays, call for appointment

Our physicians and other specialists provide medical and surgical care for male and female urinary disorders and other conditions. Areas of care include incontinence, prostate and bladder cancer, general prostate health care, impotence, ureteral and renal stones. Our teamwork and expertise translate into more effective care for patients with urologic disorders. Our physicians strive to tailor treatment that is both effective and minimally disruptive to patients’ quality of life.

Learn more about Ohio State's urology services.

Directions and Parking

Directions and Parking

Our Location

The Ohio State Brain and Spine Hospital is located on The Ohio State University campus in Columbus.

View a map of the OSU Wexner Medical Center, including University Hospital, Richard M. Ross Heart Hospital and the James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute.

Spanish driving directions to OSU Wexner Medical Center

300 West 10th Avenue Columbus, OH 43210

Recommended Parking

Patients and visitors are encouraged to park at the 12th Ave. Parking Garage. This garage is equipped with Pay-on-Foot machines. Keep your white entry ticket with you and make payment at entry-level garage elevator lobbies prior to returning to your vehicle. Take paid/validated ticket for use at the exit gate. Cash is not accepted at the exit lanes.

Check CampusParc for real-time garage volume updates and issues affecting parking.

12th Ave. Parking Garage 340 W. 12th Ave. Columbus, OH 43210

Special Instructions

Cannon Drive Construction
Portions of Cannon Drive, between Medical Center Drive and 12th Avenue, will be closed Sept. 5, 2017 through 2019 because of construction. Expect traffic detours and delays around the medical center. Traffic routes to your destination may be impacted, so allow extra time when traveling to the medical center campus.

Game Day Parking
Be aware that parking will be impacted on the following Ohio State Buckeyes football game days: Sept. 9, 16, 23; Oct. 7, 28; Nov. 11, 18. Patients and visitors should park in the SafeAuto Hospitals Garage or South Cannon Garage.

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