Ohio State Center for Neuromodulation Davis Outpatient Care

in Davis Outpatient Care

Traffic Update

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.

NB Lanes of Old Cannon Drive Closed Beginning Feb. 1

Ohio State’s Center for Neuromodulation, located within Davis Outpatient Care, is an international center for research and care of patient with brain and nervous system disorders. Our multidisciplinary team of experts offers comprehensive screening and evaluation, surgery and therapy for conditions such as Parkinson's disease, essential tremors, dystonia, obsessive compulsive disorders and chronic pain.

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.

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Hours

  • Monday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Thursday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
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Parking

Patients and their visitors will pay a reduced fee for all garages in the medical center (12th Avenue, SAFEAUTO, Wexner Medical Center Garage). Parking validations can be obtained at registration or at any Information Desk located throughout the hospital. You must bring your garage ticket with you for proper validation. Free transportation is available for patients and visitors to and from the medical center parking garages and buildings. View options.

Disability Parking
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 Garage at 1585 Westpark St. It is connected to the Medical Center by a second-floor covered walkway. For those with mobility challenges, please drop off at Davis Outpatient Care entrance on Medical Center Drive before parking your vehicle.

Patients and visitors

More for our patients and visitors

Patient pickup, drop-off

Patient pick-up and drop-off is located at entrance of Rhodes Hall, 450 W. 10th Ave.

Tobacco-free and weapon-free

Please note, all OSU and OSU Wexner Medical Center locations, including this one, are tobacco-free and weapon-free zones.

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