12th Avenue Closed at Cannon Drive Beginning the Evening of May 9
From May 9 late evening, after spring commencement, through July 18, 12th Avenue between Cannon Drive and Harding Hospital will be closed to accommodate utility work to support construction of the new inpatient hospital. Signage will detour traffic from Cannon Drive, east on Herrick Drive, south on Neil Avenue, west on 12th Avenue.
Traffic control officials will facilitate EMS traffic to use a temporary route between the Biomedical Research Tower and Tzagournis Medical Research Facility to the Emergency Department north entrance, with an alternate route of 10th Avenue, north on Dodd Drive to the south entrance.
Pedestrians and ADA will be accommodated with a temporary sidewalk to the south and west of Parks Hall.
The Ackerman Shuttle will utilize the EMS temporary route, stopping at the Biomedical Research Tower (instead of Harding Hospital), continuing to Doan Hall and Meiling Hall as usual, and returning via John Herrick Drive. Learn more.
How does the COVID-19 pandemic impact upcoming appointments?
During this time of public health concern, some appointments may take place via telehealth wherever it's possible and appropriate. For all in-person visits, you can feel confident that our locations are safe. We've taken significant measures to minimize the risk of the spread of COVID-19 and worked tirelessly to ensure that our patients are protected. Visit our COVID-19 safety page for more information.
If you have flu-like symptoms, including fever or cough, and have an upcoming appointment, please call your provider to let them know before visiting any of our hospital or outpatient care locations.
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The 87-bed, 60,000-square-foot hospital combines the talent and resources of doctors and researchers at Ohio State’s Neurological Institute in one place. 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. In addition, our team offers services to treat patients with movement and neuromuscular disorders.
Other services located at the 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 (Genitourinary Oncology Center, Neuro-Oncology Clinic, Thoracic Oncology Center).
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