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Mid-Ohio Emergency Services Commits $1 Million to Benefit OhioHealth Grant Medical Center Transformation

Mid-Ohio Emergency Services (MOES), a physician-partner owned and managed emergency medicine staffing company that works exclusively with OhioHealth, has made a gift commitment of $1 million to benefit OhioHealth Grant Medical Center and its plans for a new, state-of-the-art emergency department.

Grant Emergency Pavilion - Town StGrant Medical Center is nationally recognized for trauma care and is Ohio’s busiest Level I Trauma Center. This significant donation will help realize the new emergency department, the cornerstone of the Grant 2026 transformation project designed to improve and transform the hospital’s campus.

Gregory Decker, MD, president of MOES, expressed his enthusiasm for the prospect of helping transform high acuity care at Grant. “As a practicing physician in emergency medicine, I’m proud to represent MOES in this vital investment in Grant Medical Center,” said Decker. “We know that more than 50,000 patients are seen annually through Grant’s Emergency Department, and it’s inspiring to be able to help expand and enhance its critical care capabilities.”

MOES has been a committed partner to OhioHealth and has a generous history of giving that spans more than 17 years. In recognition, the Grant emergency room lobby in the newly constructed critical care pavilion will be named for Mid-Ohio Emergency Services.

“We are grateful to MOES for being a dedicated partner in providing exceptional care, and now for their continued commitment to Grant to help shape the future of healthcare in our downtown community,” said Michael Lawson, president, OhioHealth Grant Medical Center.

This gift commitment will allow Grant to look toward the future to meet the needs of an evolving community in downtown Columbus and deliver world-class care to central Ohio.