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Location / Directions

Interact for Health and the Interact for Health Conference Facility are located at:
Rookwood Tower
3805 Edwards Road, Suite 500
Cincinnati, OH 45209-1948
(513) 458-6600 or toll free: 888-310-4904
Fax: (513) 458-6610

Directions

I-71 North
Take I-71 North to Exit 6 (State Route 561/Smith Road/Edwards Road). Take a right at the end of the ramp. The garage entrance for Rookwood Tower is on the right, after J. Alexander's and the entrance to Rookwood Commons.

I-71 South
Take I-71 South to Exit 6 (State Route 561/Smith Road/Edwards Road). Turn right at the end of the ramp. Take your first left onto Smith Road (this will become Edmondson Road just before the overpass). The garage entrance for Rookwood Tower is on the right, after J. Alexander's and the entrance to Rookwood Commons.

I-75 North
Take State Route 562 East to I-71 South to Exit 6 (State Route 561/Smith Road/Edwards Road). Turn right at the end of the ramp. Take your first left onto Smith Road (this will become Edmondson Road just before the overpass). The garage entrance for Rookwood Tower is on the right, after J. Alexander's and the entrance to Rookwood Commons.

I-75 South
Take State Route 562 East to I-71 South to Exit 6 (State Route 561/Smith Road/Edwards Road). Turn right at the end of the ramp. Take your first left onto Smith Road (this will become Edmondson Road just before the overpass). The garage entrance for Rookwood Tower is on the right, after J. Alexander's and the entrance to Rookwood Commons.

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Parking

The Rookwood Tower Garage has three levels of parking connected to Rookwood Tower. The entrance to the garage is located off of Edmondson Road (see directions below). You can also enter the garage from Arbor Place, one of the streets within Rookwood Commons.

Take the elevator from the parking garage to the 5th floor of Rookwood Tower. Interact for Health is located in Suite 500.

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