More information about our project:
The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center Hospital for Companion Animals welcomed 27,000 patient visits last year. We have experienced a 40 percent increase in patient visits in the past six years.
Changes in medicine – from new diagnostic capabilities, to a focus on out-patient services – require that we update and improve our space.
The $32 million Enhancement and Expansion project includes construction of a building addition and renovation of existing space for a total of 57,000 square feet of space at the hospital.
As of June 2015 a total of $23 million has been raised in support of this project.
Project highlights: Intensive Care Unit
* Central nurses’ station for monitoring and care of patients
* Two isolation wards
* A conference and classroom for students to discuss cases with veterinarians and technicians
* Adjacent dog exercise area specifically for ICU patients
* Intermediate care and treatment room for patients who require less extensive monitoring
* Housing and critical care beds
* Private patient visitation room
Click here for pictures of the ICU
Project highlights: New lobby for the Hospital for Companion Animals
* New reception desk
* Separate waiting areas for cats and dogs
* Designated spaces for children, business and refreshments
* Easy access to Wi-Fi
* Addition of more than 20 exam rooms
* New entrance to accommodate behavioral cases
* Separate exam rooms and work space for our wellness / Community Practice service
Project highlights: New lobby and conference space for the Hospital for Farm Animals.
More project highlights:
* New conference rooms
* Emergency room/triage space
* Improved surgery suites
* New clinical areas for specialty services
The College of Veterinary Medicine
Attn: Development Office
1900 Coffey Road
Columbus, OH 43210