By HCO Staff
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Hammes Healthcare, a leading provider of consulting and project delivery services, will be serving as OhioHealth’s project manager for the new Women’s Center that broke ground in October.
The new OhioHealth Women’s Center will be a standalone facility located on the OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital campus in Columbus. For more than ten years, Riverside Methodist Hospital has been the busiest maternity hospital in the state.
The new 590,000-square-foot, 185-bed women’s center will provide both outpatient and inpatient services. The comprehensive center will offer advanced maternity and neonatal intensive care services with a fourth trimester clinic, obstetric and gynecological services, as well as mid-life and bone health, urogynecology and female urology, and mammography services.
Hammes Healthcare has served as OhioHealth’s owner’s representative and project manager on more than 30 projects over the past 11 years. Hammes is also serving as owner’s representative for the new OhioHealth Trauma and Critical Care Center at Grant and the new OhioHealth Pickerington Methodist Hospital.
“We are proud to support OhioHealth on their new world class Women’s Center that will enhance opportunities for care for women in the community and beyond,” said Hammes Healthcare Vice President Adam Novak.
Hammes Healthcare is a national consulting firm that provides real estate and market strategy, facility planning, project management and development services to the healthcare industry. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wis., Hammes provides services through a network of regional offices strategically located across the United States.