Ohio Health has committed US $400 million to enhancing and revolutionizing healthcare for the Grant Medical Center's growth, in Columbus, USA.
The project will include:
A new trauma centre, emergency department and critical care pavilion to expand upon Grant's core strengths. In order to meet the rising demand for these services, OhioHealth will be able to expand trauma, critical care, and intermediate care as well as modernize the emergency room.
The new critical care pavilion will add 160 private beds and provide easy access to the subterranean parking for our ED patients.
On the intersection of Grant Avenue and State Street, a brand-new ambulatory centre will offer easy access to expanded primary care services. This building will include two floors of outpatient care and a five-story parking garage.
Additional parking as well as improved hardscapes and green areas are other improvements.
Grant will increase by about 310,000 square feet (emergency department/critical care pavilion will be about 270,000 square feet with underground parking; ambulatory facility and parking garage will be about 40,000 square feet of medical office building space and a five-story parking structure).
In addition, the number of trauma bays will rise from three to five, improving and expanding patient and visitor parking choices, and increasing the number of beds on the main campus from about 406 to over 450.
It is anticipated that construction will start in mid-2023 and end in mid-2028.
|Budget||US $400 Million|