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Hospitals return to building mode as new construction projects proliferate
Modern Healthcare

In 2009, OhioHealth decided to take a hard look at its neuroscience capabilities. Its program at the time was the fifth-busiest in the state, and demographic changes, such as aging baby boomers, suggested that volume could continue to increase.“All of that said, this is a really robust area for future growth,” said Connie Gallaher, OhioHealth’s vice president of neuroscience.The Columbus-based system this month opened a $300 million neuroscience center at Riverside Methodist Hospital, its largest hospital.