The Ohio State Brain and Spine Hospital is home to central Ohio’s top-ranked neurology/neurosurgery program, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Our patients benefit from the expertise of a world-renowned team of doctors, nurses and scientists, each specializing in just one disorder.
The 87-bed, 60,000-square-foot hospital combines the talent and resources of doctors and researchers at Ohio State’s Neurological Institute in one place. It includes specialized units for stroke care, neurotrauma and traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and spine surgery, epilepsy, chronic pain, acute rehabilitation and neurosurgery. In addition, our team offers services to treat patients with movement and neuromuscular disorders.
Other services located at the Brain and Spine Hospital include the Comprehensive Transplant Center, urology care, and outpatient services provided by The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (Genitourinary Oncology Center, Neuro-Oncology Clinic, Thoracic Oncology Center).
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- Monday: Open 24 Hours
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Call 614-293-8000 for visitor information.
Patients and their visitors will pay a reduced fee for all garages in the medical center (12th Avenue, SAFEAUTO, Wexner Medical Center Garage). Parking validations can be obtained at registration or at any Information Desk located throughout the hospital. You must bring your garage ticket with you for proper validation. Free transportation is available for patients and visitors to and from the medical center parking garages and buildings. View options.
Effective July 1, 2021, valet services at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center main campus locations (James, Ross, University Hospital, Brain and Spine) will transition to a “no tip” service, which means that valet attendants will not accept tips from customers. The daily valet rate will increase from $8 to $10. As part of the transition, valet enhancements are being made at the medical center main campus locations as well as Martha Morehouse Outpatient Care to enhance the customer experience, including the acceptance of credit cards, Apple Pay and Google Pay as well as ticketless valet check-in options.