Nationwide Children’s advances on the $730 million expansion launched in 2016. Complex construction and renovation projects focus on expanding clinical care, research and infrastructure across the campus.
Big Lots Behavioral Health Pavilion – Upon completion in March 2020, America’s largest behavioral health treatment and research center just for children and adolescents on a pediatric campus.
- Nine Stories, 400,000 sq. ft.
- Outpatient Programs
- Outpatient Crisis Clinic
- 48 Inpatient Beds for Three Units:
- Adolescent Inpatient
- Child Inpatient
- Intellectual & Developmental Disability
- 16-bed Youth Crisis Stabilization Unit
- 10-bed Psychiatric Crisis Center
Livingston Ambulatory Center – Addressing an expected increase in ambulatory volumes, the new Livingston Ambulatory Center opened in June 2017. This five-story, 222,000-square-foot building houses ambulatory services including primary care, dental services, adolescent medicine and outpatient behavioral health services.
Accommodating Faculty Growth – A new Faculty Office Building answers the needs of a rapidly growing medical staff. Completed in 2016, the 175,000 sq. ft. facility comprises six stories above ground and two stories below, and accommodates more than 650 employees with new offices, and functional meeting and collaborative spaces.
Expanding Cutting-edge Research – The newest additions to The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital, which already comprises three multi-level facilities, are set to unfold. A planned Research Building IV is slated to open in late 2021 as a companion to the existing Research Building III. Planned to be approximately 220,000 sq. ft. when completed, the new building will support the ongoing growth of basic, clinical, translational and health services research.