Orthopedic ONE, the largest physician-owned orthopedic surgery practice in Ohio, has chosen Gahanna as their next location for expansion.
The latest addition to the Crescent at Central Park, Orthopedic ONE’s new location will be clearly visible from I-270 and will include 60,000 square feet of physician clinic space representing all orthopedic specialties, expanded physical and occupational therapy space, and MRI services. The new facility will eventually replace their current office at 170 Taylor Station Road.
"As a practice, we've been serving patients in Gahanna and the surrounding areas for many years at our location on Taylor Station Road in Columbus," said Joel Politi, MD, Physician and Managing Partner, Orthopedic ONE. "The opportunity to relocate this office to the new Crescent Park development allows us to increase our clinical and therapy space and offer a facility that is more convenient and accessible to residents."
The estimated $20 million project will initially bring 215 physicians and associates to Gahanna, with an annual total payroll of approximately $28 million. Once in the new facility, Orthopedic ONE expects its Gahanna workforce to increase by roughly 10 percent within the first 10 years of operation.
“This is a significant project for Gahanna,” said Mayor Laurie Jadwin. “The economic impact to our community – with the addition of high-quality jobs and capital investment, will be tremendous for the City and for our school district. We are thrilled to welcome Orthopedic ONE to the Crescent at Central Park and look forward to continuing our work with them as they prepare to grow their practice in Gahanna.”
The new facility is expected to open in fall 2024.
Above: Orthopedic ONE’s Chief Operating Officer Brooke Burns, Chief Executive Officer Mark D’Aloisio,
Gahanna Site Manager Courtney Taylor, Physician and Managing Partner Joel Politi, MD, Physician and
Managing Partner Jonathan Feibel, MD, and Gahanna Mayor Laurie Jadwin celebrate the groundbreaking
of the practice’s new facility at the Crescent at Central Park on Friday, October 13.