About the Bone & Joint Center at Grant
An Advanced Facility Conveniently Located in Downtown Columbus, Ohio
The OhioHealth Bone & Joint Center is a state-of-the-art facility that provides comprehensive advanced treatment for all musculoskeletal (bone, joint and muscle) conditions.
The newly expanded Bone & Joint Center offers a patient-focused experience in a state-of-the-art facility.
Here you’ll find physician offices and the surgical center, as well as imaging, rehab and musculoskeletal patient services, all conveniently located under one roof and seamlessly connected. Comfort and convenience come together for a world-class patient experience. A courtyard located in the center of the building provides patients and visitors with a natural, open-air setting. Amentity bars on the second and third floors also offer patients free coffee service in a modern, comfortable setting.
In addition, our facility offers:
- Complimentary valet parking - Patients and visitors can pull right up to our covered valet entrance – free from the hassles of parking downtown.
- State-of-the-art operating suites - Our surgeons perform thousands of orthopedic surgeries each year in advanced operating suites, which encompass current and future technology. This includes integrated teaching systems, large video screen and advanced imaging to guide the latest surgical procedures.
- Private rooms - Our contemporary and well-appointed rooms will ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible. Amenities include a full bathroom, spacious sitting area for visitors and room service.
- Security - Security officers are on duty at all times to help if you have been locked out of your car, need a jump or would just like an escort to your parking space.
- Free wi-fi access
- On-site café
- COTA bus line access
Grant Has Always Been a Leader in Orthopedic Services.
In 1989, Grant launched the joint implant program at the hospital. At the time, Grant’s joint implant team was one of only five sites in the U.S. that was using a new process for a customized titanium hip joint.
The entire joint program experienced so much early success, that the following year, in 1990, Grant invested $1.8 million to expand Grant South by 10,000 square feet to accommodate the growing program.
In 1995, another major expansion of the joint implant program took place. This time, two operating rooms were built, a dedicated rehabilitation unit was created and an entire floor of the building was renovated for the program. Another renovation occurred in 2010, which included updating patient rooms and waiting areas and changing the name from Grant South to the Bone and Joint Center.
In 2017, we expanded the Bone & Joint Center to add a four-story building to the existing building, adding approximately 63,000 square feet to the state-of-the-art medical center.
Today, Grant remains a national leader in total joint research. Our involvement in research includes the design of new implants that are used worldwide. We are also a referral center in the field of total joint replacement and home to one of the most respected sports medicine programs in the state.