Ohio State plans new outpatient center in Dublin to improve access to care

The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center continues to expand its ambulatory care network with a new, large outpatient care center planned for Dublin.

Pending approval by university trustees this week, Ohio State will continue the process to acquire 34 acres of land owned by the city of Dublin near State Route 161, State Route 33 and Shier Rings Road. Dublin City Council will hear the first reading on this proposed land purchase during its March 11 meeting.

“Demand for our nationally ranked, high-quality care continues to grow. By investing in new facilities around the outerbelt, including in Powell and northeast Columbus, we’re increasing access to our highly specialized treatments, and we’re investing in the long-term health of Ohio residents,” said David P. McQuaid, chief executive officer of The Ohio State University Health System and chief operating officer of the Wexner Medical Center. “These new outpatient care centers are part of our commitment to improving health and wellness in our communities.”

Read the full story at news.osu.edu.

Victoria Krisman
Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist and Communications Manager for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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