Inpatient Hospital

Ohio State Wexner Medical Center Inpatient Hospital

Ohio State is taking a major step forward with the development of a new hospital that, combined with modern educational space, will enhance a unified Ohio State Wexner Medical Center complex providing cutting-edge research, outstanding clinical training and world-class patient care. The tower will be the largest single facilities project ever undertaken at Ohio State with up to 840 beds in private-room settings to elevate patient-centered care, safety and training for the next generation of physicians.

Additional Details

Potential details on the scope and scale include:

  • Up to 840 beds, replacing and expanding on the 440 beds in Rhodes Hall and Doan Hall; all 840 beds would be in private-room settings to elevate patient-centered care, safety and training for the next generation of physicians

  • 60 neonatal intensive care unit bassinets

  • State-of-the-art diagnostic, treatment and inpatient service areas (emergency department, imaging, operating rooms, critical care and medical/surgical beds)

  • Leading-edge digital technologies to advance care and teaching

  • Enhanced connections between the new Inpatient Hospital and The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute that also connect to Rhodes Hall, Doan Hall, the Ross Heart Hospital, and the Brain and Spine Hospital

  • Additional green space as well as a new parking garage west of McCampbell Hall

  • A new inpatient tower garage with up to 1,900 spaces to serve patients and visitors by replacing the North and South Cannon garages.

 

  • 2018
  • 2019

 

Project Team

Project Managers
Ragan Fallang

Consultants
AE/Design Architect: Henningson, Durham & Richardson (HDR)

Construction Manager
Walsh/Turner (joint venture)