We evaluate people for implantation of neuromodulation devices, such as deep brain stimulation, which use electrical stimulation to alter nervous system activity. These procedures can dramatically improve the lives of people with specific neurological and psychiatric symptoms.
We also perform spinal cord stimulation for treating patients with failed back syndrome, radicular pain syndrome, post-laminectomy pain, peripheral neuropathy and complex regional pain syndrome.
Learn more about Ohio State's neurology services.
Directions and Parking
Ohio State’s Davis Medical Center is conveniently located on Medical Center Drive, which is just south of Ohio State's campus. Davis Medical Center is located inside the Dodd Hall building.
The Davis Medical Center entrance is on the south side of the building that faces Medical Center Drive. (The Dodd Hall Rehabilitation Services entrance is on Dodd Drive on the north side of the building.) Patients and visitors can enter through either entrance or via a covered walkway from the SAFEAUTO Hospitals garage at 1585 Westpark Street.
View the OSU medical campus map.
Spanish driving directions to OSU Wexner Medical Center
Discounted parking is available. Bring your garage ticket and ask for details at any registration desk or information desk.
Handicapped accessible parking is available next to the building and in all garages on the medical center campus. Additional parking is located in the SAFEAUTO Hospitals Garage at 1585 Westpark Street. It is connected to the Medical Center by a second-floor covered walkway.
For those with mobility challenges, please drop off at Davis Medical Center entrance on Medical Center Drive before parking your vehicle.
Park and Ride Service, 614-293-8669, is available Mon.-Fri., 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Free shuttle service to and from Dodd Hall and surrounding medical buildings, garages and local hotels.
Valet Parking is available 5 a.m.-5:45 p.m. 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. Take valet claim checks to any registration or information desk for a parking discount.
Check CampusParc for pricing, real-time garage volume updates and issues affecting parking.
OSU Game Day Traffic and Parking Information for Patients and Visitors
- The State Route 315 ramp to Medical Center Drive will close several hours prior to the game.
- The SAFEAUTO Hospitals Garage on Westpark Street, along with the South Cannon Garage, will be reserved solely for patients and visitors on game days.
- It is recommended that Labor and Delivery patients be dropped off at the front of University Hospital (Rhodes Hall) on home game days.
- If traveling to the Emergency Department or Labor and Delivery during an Ohio State football home game, please contact Ohio State’s Police Department at 614-292-2121 and notify them of your pending arrival. You will be asked to provide your travel route, vehicle description and/or license plate number with an estimated time of arrival in order to alert traffic officers and help facilitate you through game day traffic.
- Police and Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center Security will monitor access to the SAFEAUTO Hospitals Garage and South Cannon Garage to ensure that only patients and visitors park in this garage.
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.