Just wondering what others think about this. Columbus Children's Hospital is going to be renamed Nationwide Children's Hospital later this year because of a sizeable donation by Nationwide. I personally find this reprehensible, mainly because of what I fear may happen as other corporations attempt this same thing. I know that corporations are a big part of funding some hospitals (Proctor and Gamble and Cincinnati Children's) but it seems like they are crossing a line when they want to essentially buy naming rights. What's next, Wendy's Heart Hospital? How far is too far regarding corporations and health care.