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ProjectONE at Ohio State University



Architecture and construction plans for ProjectONE, an expansion project for The Ohio State University that will significantly advance the Medical Center’s education and research programs and ...

Architecture and construction plans for ProjectONE, an expansion project for The Ohio State University that will significantly advance the Medical Center’s education and research programs and improve patient care, were approved today (9/18) by The Ohio State University Board of Trustees.

This is one of the largest job-generating initiatives in Ohio’s history. It is projected to create as many as 10,000 new full-time jobs and more than 5,000 construction jobs. ProjectONE will provide the community with $1.7 billion in annual economic impact by 2015, which is in addition to the more than $4 billion in economic impact generated annually by the university.

The $1 billion investment will transform Ohio State University Medical Center’s central campus and will include a centralized single tower design that will house a new Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, along with a new critical care building and integrated spaces for research, education and patient care. This expansion sets Ohio State apart as a national leader in innovative health care, by supporting new, high-quality, patient-centric, personalized medicine, which has the potential to make health care more affordable and accessible for everyone.

Over the course of the project, 10,000 full-time jobs will be created including 6,000 full-time jobs at the Medical Center, which is already a leading central Ohio employer. More than 4,000 indirect, full-time jobs will be generated throughout the region from spending by Ohio State, its faculty, staff and visitors. An additional 5,000 construction jobs also will be created. ProjectONE will infuse $1.7 billion into the central Ohio economy for essential services, such as schools, police, fire, EMS and other services. You can find a graph explaning job creation here:

Based on the current project cost estimate of $1 billion, Ohio State will issue bonds for $925 million and will seek private donations and public partnership investments for the balance.

“This is precisely the right moment to leverage the strength and momentum of Ohio State's Medical Center for the benefit of Ohio and our patients," said university President E. Gordon Gee. “The new configuration and technologically advanced facilities will ease collaborations among researchers, physicians, and patients, reshaping hands-on care and making possible transformational discoveries, therapies, and treatments.”

ProjectONE will create a unique, calming setting for compassionate care delivery focused around a patient’s recovery and wellness. Private rooms will be bathed in abundant natural light with visual and physical access to green space, both of which are proven to have a positive impact on patient healing. Patient rooms in the critical care floors will have an apartment setting built for families that travel to the Medical Center from around the region. A grand concourse and aesthetically pleasing landscape will link hospitals, clinics, laboratories, classrooms, administrative offices and garages.

The new tower, which will be located off Cannon Drive at the 12th Avenue intersection, will include 276 beds in the new James Cancer Hospital and 144 beds in the new critical care building. The clinical expansion plan has been reviewed by Medical Center leadership and staff, patients and their families and industry leaders, with the single tower design recommended by all groups.

“The Medical Center’s inclusion on US News & World Report’s Honor Roll validates that we have one of the best hospitals in the nation, right here in Columbus,” said Dr. Steven G. Gabbe, CEO of the Medical Center. “We have reached capacity in the James Cancer Hospital and in University Hospital critical care beds, and we must make a significant investment to continue to provide excellent patient care and create new knowledge through translational research.”

Cancer continues to touch more Ohio families each year.



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  • Set C1 – Title Slide
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  • POSITIVES Respond to New Campus Framework Desired / Separate Circulation per Patient Types Cancer Image Distinctiveness Assured Idealized Patient Units for Cancer Inpatient Alignment / Connectivity with Rhodes Good Positioned for Cancer Expansion Possible Critical Care Lobby at Ground Floor Shorter Travel Distances on Average and Worst Case Tower North preferred – Better Patient Experience Better Connection with Rhodes for Critical Care Unit All Patient Room has Direct Outside View Terracing Building Form Transition to New Campus Quad More Visible from RT 315 THINGS TO WORK ON Straight Corridors in Nursing Units Need Mitigation Confirm number of Elevators Confirmation of PPS Exemption Status
  • Project ONE is important for our medical center and University. But it also has significant economic impact on the state of Ohio and our city in terms of spending impact as well as jobs creation.

ProjectONE at Ohio State University ProjectONE at Ohio State University Presentation Transcript

  • The Ohio State University Board of Trustees Meeting ProjectONE Update September 18, 2009
    • We’re Building Another
    • Great Hospital on a
    • Great University Campus
    • Mission
    • To improve people’s lives through innovation
    • in research, education, and patient care
    • Vision
    • Working as a team
    • we will shape the future of medicine
    • by creating, disseminating, and applying new knowledge,
    • and by personalizing health care
    • to meet the needs of each individual
    • Values
    • Integrity Teamwork Innovation Excellence Leadership
    • Promise
    • Improving people’s lives
    • … through personalized health care
    Why will we do it? Mission, Vision, Values Improving People’s lives The fundamental purpose of the Medical Center is to create the future of medicine to improve people’s lives . Source: OSUMC Strategic Plan
    • Become a top 20 academic medical center by 2015 and a top 10 NCI funded cancer program through advancements in research, education, and patient care
    • Become a high performance organization and workplace of choice
    • Generate an investment fund for mission development
    OSU Medical Center Strategic Goals To improve people’s lives…. Strategic Plan overarching goals Note: Top 20 across research, education and patient care as measured by NIH, Best Medical Schools, Best Hospitals, #Publications, and Endowment Source: OSUMC Strategic Plan
  • Mission Development: Creates a personalized health care environment to improve peoples’ lives through superior patient care, research and education Strategic goals: Propels OSUMC towards top-20 AMC and top-10 NCI funded institution ranking Financial: Increase total operating revenue by 63% from $1.7B to $2.6B between FY09 and FY17 Capacity: Increase inpatient admissions by 10,000 and outpatient visits by 300,000 between FY09 and FY17 Patient satisfaction: Accelerates patient satisfaction scores to top 10% through private rooms and a superior environment of care Care quality: Improves quality through reduced infection rates (est. 40%) and standardized care setting Recruitment and retention of top clinicians, researchers and students (est. 300 faculty) Superior care environment replaces aging and expensive to maintain facilities ProjectONE value summary Project ONE and strategic plan execution generate value across key result areas Source: OSUMC Strategic Plan
  • ProjectONE Overview
    • Largest building project in University history
    • Integrated spaces for patient care, teaching and research
    • Components
      • MRI facility
      • Expansion of Ross Heart Hospital
      • Faculty office tower
      • New cancer hospital
      • Critical care facility
      • Expansion of BRT
      • All private rooms
      • Operating rooms
      • Ambulatory and diagnostic core
    • Green spaces/Green buildings
    • State-of-the-art technology
    ProjectONE background and components Source: ProjectONE PMO Office
  • Patient Experience Focus of ProjectONE
    • Improves ease of entry and exit into the medical center campus
    • Makes navigating complex medical center campus easier
    • Increases green spaces and landscaping
    • Enhances the healing environment
    • Increases parking options for staff, patients and families
    Address most common complaints of current facilities Source: ProjectONE PMO Office
  • ProjectONE Revised Project Plan
    • Redesign of Major Project Elements
    • Eliminate Cramblett Hall by December 31, 2011
    • Inpatient units redesigned to support a single tower design
    • Exterior building finishes to complement and blend with existing Medical district and Campus buildings
    • Infrastructure planning to allow the relocation of Cannon Drive to the west to address flood plain and new building sites
    • Revised parking plans to allow the continued use of the South Cannon Garage and eliminate the need for a new 10 th Ave garage
    • Provision in the ProjectONE budget for funding up to $25M for the build out of the BRT and $10M toward the South Campus Central Chiller Plant
    Source: Office of Strategic Planning and Business Development Analysis 8
  • ProjectONE New Beds Source: Office of Strategic Planning and Business Development Analysis
    • Cancer Beds
      • 276 Beds
    • Critical Care Beds
      • 144 Beds
    Project ONE adds 480 new beds
    • Heart Beds
      • +60 Beds to Ross Heart Hospital
  • Single tower
    • Features:
    • All patient rooms have exterior views.
    • Improve connectivity to Rhodes Hall for all critical care units.
    • Reduced exterior building surface lowers cost and increases efficiency.
    • Single elevator core reduces the number of elevators from 22 to 16.
    • Podium base shifts south, improves north side traffic flow.
    • Reduce horizontal travel distances.
    Recommended Option Source: HOK
  • ProjectONE creates jobs in Central Ohio
    • An increase of more than 10,000 jobs in Central Ohio by 2015:
      • Direct increased employment will be responsible for a total of 17,742 jobs.
      • Business generated by OSUMC will increase indirect employment to a total of 14,193 jobs.
    Source: Tripp Umbach Study, 2009 Significant impact on job growth in the city and state Employment Impact
  • ProjectONE generates significant economic impact
    • An increase to $4.1 billion in the annual economic impact of OSUMC by 2015:
      • $2.3 billion a year in OSUMC spending, plus staff, patient and visitor spending
      • $1.8 billion a year in additional business and individual spending generated by OSUMC’s marketplace presence
    Source: Tripp Umbach Study, 2009 Significant economic impact on the city and state Economic Impact
  • His eyes are on the prize…