OhioHealth to Expand Grant Medical Center in Columbus

A part of this expansion will include a new trauma center, emergency department and critical care pavilion.

By HFT Staff
March 3, 2023

OhioHealth plans to expand OhioHealth Grant Medical Center, solidifying its commitment to downtown Columbus with an investment that will improve and transform healthcare in the area. 

The project will include: 

  • A new trauma center, emergency department and critical care pavilion.  This seven-story building will allow OhioHealth to expand trauma, critical care and intermediate care and modernize the emergency department to meet growing demand for these services. The new critical care pavilion will add 160 private beds and will include close and convenient access to underground parking for ED patients. 
  • A newly constructed ambulatory facility to provide convenient access to expanded primary care services. This building will include two floors of outpatient care and a five-story parking garage.  Grant Family Medicine, the Transitions of Care Clinic and the food pantry will be housed in this building. 
  • Enhancements to the overall campus experience for patients, visitors, hospital associates and local residents.  This includes additional parking and enhancing greenspaces and hardscapes to promote walkability. 

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