As part of our efforts to better serve our growing membership in Northern Virginia, Kaiser Permanente will open a new five-story, state-of-the-art multi-specialty medical center in Woodbridge, Va, in 2021. This new medical center will support the growing demand for our award-winning health care and coverage in and around Prince William County.
“We are excited to open a new multi-specialty medical center, which will include a broad array of clinical services such as an integrated multidisciplinary cancer care and a comprehensive women and maternal health program,” said Kim Horn, regional president. “Our new medical center will highlight our integrated health system by offering primary care and specialty services in one convenient location. It will be tailor-made to support our members while they are healthy or if they develop complicated disorders or chronic diseases by offering the most up-to-date methods and technology to quickly diagnose and treat disorders and diseases.”
Located at 13285 Minnieville Road in Woodbridge, the 241,357-square-foot medical center will be the seventh major Kaiser Permanente “hub” in the region. It will offer an unparalleled array of primary and specialty medical care services, including pharmacy, lab, women’s health, specialty care and behavioral health services – all conveniently located under one roof.
This new hub will be equipped with the most innovative and advanced health care technology designed to enhance each patient’s care experience. Members can also utilize Kaiser Permanente’s suite of telehealth services with physicians in the medical center.
“I am proud that we are adding a medical hub in Prince William County so our patients will experience even easier access to our award-winning physicians,” said Richard McCarthy, MD, associate executive director of the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group. “This building was designed with help from our doctors to ensure our patients get the best and broadest range of integrated care possible in the Mid-Atlantic. Our patients are amazed by the quality, service and efficiency of their care when Permanente primary care doctors work in the same building as our Permanente specialists, and are all supported by cutting-edge radiology, lab, pharmacy, observation unit and surgical suites.”
This is just the tip of the iceberg for Northern Virginia. This year, we will open three new medical centers in Virginia. The 40,000-square-foot Alexandria Medical Center at The Exchange in the Potomac Yard area of Alexandria, Va., opened in April. The 38,375-square-foot Colonial Forge Medical Center, which will be located on the Stafford Hospital campus, and the 36,423-square-foot Haymarket Crossroads Medical Center, which will be conveniently located near I-66, will both open later this year.