Emergency Medical Squad
Trained paramedics will come in a special medical van to your home. They will give advanced first aid and/or take you to the nearest hospital. CALL ONLY FOR EMERGENCY.
Emergency Room University Hospitals
450 W. 10th Avenue
Use for emergencies only.
Gynecology and Maternity
Planned Parenthood of Central Ohio
18 E. 17th Avenue, 206 E. State St.
Appointment call 800-230-7526 or (614) 224-2235
Annual gynecological examinations, infertility, family planning counseling, birth control and sexually transmitted disease testing.
2020 Kenny Road
(614) 293-3069: Appointment required
Maternity and gynecology
Riverside Methodist Hospital OB-GYN Clinic
3535 Olentangy River Road
Maternity and gynecology
Medical and other specialty clinics available morning and afternoon.
Children's Nationwide Hospital Pediatrics (Primary Care Clinic)
700 Children's Drive (off Livingston Avenue.)
(614) 722-2000: Appointment required
Services: newborns to 18 years. General medicine. Well-Baby Clinic, Emergency Room, Poison Center, Dental Clinic, Eye Clinic. Call 461-2000 for specific information about these services.
General Family Practice
Rardin Family Practice Center
2231 N. High Street
(614) 293-2700: Appointment required
All ages, general medicine; international travel immunizations
OSU Family Medicine at Upper Arlington
1615 Fishinger Road (also other locations)
Wexner Medical Center
450 W. 10th Ave.
Riverside Family Practice Center
697 Thomas Lane (one street north of north Broadway)
(614) 566-5414: Appointment required
Health care for all ages. Emergency care is available for established patients.
Riverside Community Medicine program
3595 Olentangy River Road
Ohio State Dental Clinic
College of Dentistry, 305 W. 12th Ave., Postle Hall
(614) 292-2751: Appointment required, except for emergencies
Emergency walk-in clinic; x-ray and exam for $15
Family Dental Clinic (Dr. David Meisel)
Columbus Department of Health; 181 Washington Blvd. (downtown)
Extractions, cleaning, fillings and root canals on front teeth only. For children and adults.
Columbus Public Health Department Centers
St. Mark's Community Health Center
1260 N. High Street
(614) 421-2561: Appointment required
Full health care for all ages
Columbus Health Department Immunization Services
City Health Department, 181 S. Washington Blvd. (downtown), 240 Parsons Ave.
Please bring shot records. Call (614) 645-7945 if you have questions. For information about other services available through the Columbus Health Department and other clinic locations call 311 or 645-3111 or 645-7417. For tuberculosis skin tests call (614) 645-2199. For international travel shots, call (614) 466-4643.
Poison Emergency Hotline
For Ohio State health information go to Health Information and for spouse or dependent health insurance information go to Health Insurance Information.