$2M
Budget

200,000+
Square Feet

NEW
Construction

JUN 2017
Completion

Nationwide Children’s Hospital and LOTH has long-standing partnership and we were honored to be involved in their new build, the Livingston Ambulatory Center. The six-story facility houses ambulatory clinics; associated faculty offices and staff support space; central registration, reception and waiting areas; storage; ancillary support, MEP, IT; and related offices, service, and support spaces.

“The panels were lowered in administrative areas, promoting collaboration in team spaces. Additionally, touchdown spaces are used as alternate places to work giving faculty choice and control over their environment, with an array of postures to choose from.” 

Paige Armacost, LOTH Workplace Consultant, Healthcare Solutions

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Facts

150
Cubicle
Workstations

25
Unassigned
Workstations

50
Private
Offices

20
Lounge
Areas

10
Huddle
Rooms

9
Conference
Rooms

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Team spaces on the clinic floors allow for collaboration amongst the department, with quick access to patients in dual sided exam rooms, while still providing privacy to complete tasks.

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Faculty members were made part of the design process, allowing them to partake in user group meetings and voice their needs within the space.

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A holistic solution now exists for this space that was successful in administrative, waiting, exam and public spaces throughout the facility that maintained and promoted the brand of Nationwide Children’s Hospital.

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Team

Project Team

Nationwide Children’s Hospital LAC
380 Butterfly Gardens Drive
Columbus, OH 43215
www.nationwidechildrens.org
NCH Contact 
Michelle Corbin
614.355.1740
michelle.corbin@ nationwidechildrens.org
LOTH Project Contact
Paige Armacost
614.487.4167
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LOTH Design Contact 
Katelyn Venia
614.487.4132
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