The Columbus Region boasts four world-renowned, award-winning healthcare systems contributing billions annually to the area’s economy and employing more than 45,000 people. In fact, U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks Columbus’ healthcare among the best in the country, and nearly all hospital systems and medical, research and bioscience facilities receive national attention.
A farmer’s market, more space for medical and nutrition classes, parkland and nearby affordable housing are part of Mount Carmel West’s prescription for a healthier Franklinton neighborhood.
Memorial Health plans a $50 million expansion to its main hospital in Marysville, adding both a new outpatient clinic and inpatient wing that converts it to all-private rooms.
Dr. Arishi Abdulaziz put on a headset, moved his hands slightly and immersed himself into a virtual world. But this was no video game. Abdulaziz was "standing" in a trauma bay at OhioHealth Grant Medical Center, amid a medical team treating a car crash victim.
|HOSPITAL||NO. OF SPECIALITIES NATIONALLY RANKED||NO. OF SPECIALITIES HIGH-PERFORMING|
|The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center||8||9|
|Nationwide Children’s Hospital||10||–|
|Riverside Methodist Hospital (OhioHealth)||1||8|
|The Ohio State University James Cancer Hospital||1||2|
|Grant Medical Center (OhioHealth)||–||5|
|Mount Carmel East and West Hospitals||–||5|
|Fairfield Medical Center||–||3|
|Mount Carmel New Albany Surgical Hospital||–||2|
|Mount Carmel Saint Ann’s||–||2|
|Memorial Hospital of Union County||–||1|