Patient Experience

Interior Content

Mason Street Lobby (Level C)

This level is home to our physician practice offices, as well as our advanced imaging services including MRI, CT and digital X-ray. As you enter the building, you'll most likely notice the large, mobile sculpture custom designed for the Joint & Spine Center by Artist Marcus Mahler.

Surgical Suites (Level B)

The Christ Hospital Joint & Spine Center has 12 surgical suites designed by our physicians and staff. These suites are much larger than typical operating rooms, giving our physicians and staff ample room and greater flexibility when setting up the rooms for specific procedures to ensure exceptional outcomes and the finest patient experiences.

Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy (Level 1)

The physical, occupational and speech therapy suite houses an indoor therapy pool, dedicated Pilates studio, speech therapy room and main PT/OT patient therapy area.

Concourse and Garden (Level 1)

Designed to enhance healing, the garden offers expansive green space with mature shade trees, seating areas and water features that provide respite and rehabilitation to patients, families and visitors. At the far end of this space is a new, expanded area for the hospital’s main entrance. This larger and brighter entryway is a convenient drop-off for patients and visitors and includes a significant expansion of the Joseph Beth gift shop, including a relocation of our outpatient pharmacy.

The Martha S. and Carl H. Lindner III Rooftop Garden and Skydeck (Level 6)

The Martha S. and Carl H. Lindner III Rooftop Garden and Skydeck offer spectacular views of the city from one of the highest vantage points in Mt. Auburn. It includes two outdoor garden areas and indoor space for special events.

Patient Rooms (Level 5)

The Joint and Spine Center has 87 patient rooms on Levels 3, 4 and 5. Patient rooms are specifically designed for patients with orthopaedic and spine conditions, with wider doorways and larger restrooms. Families are an important part of the healing process, which is why patient rooms are divided into three zones: Clinical, Patient and Family. Providing ample space for families to gather in the patient room when necessary.