CRH moving outpatient radiology to hospital campus

Columbus Regional Health will be relocating its outpatient radiology services department for up to a year, after the health system couldn’t reach a deal with its current landlord.

According to the hospital, the lease on the current building expires at the end of the year. And while the health system has plans to move to a more permanent location, that site will not be ready by December.

In the meantime, the hospital will relocate Columbus Diagnostic Imaging to a temporary home on the main hospital campus later this year, as the most cost-effective and efficient option, according to the hospital.

All CDI and Imaging staff will remain employed throughout this move and temporary relocation.

Patients with appointments already scheduled or who need to to be scheduled after Nov. 4 will be rescheduled to the new temporary location. Those patients will be notified and provided detailed instructions.