Kaiser Permanente is expanding in Northern Virginia and other mid-Atlantic states
- March 1, 2012
Kaiser Permanente is expanding with new facilities and medical centers in the Maryland/Virginia/Washington, D.C. area. Citybizlist Washington reported Thursday that the Oakland, Calif.-based not-for-profit health plan will expand and renovate its Ashburn Medical Center in Northern Virginia and build a new medical center at Tysons Corner in McLean.
The 29,000-square-foot project in Ashburn should be ready by this summer. Under the project, the Loudoun Medical Center would close and relocate its services to the expanded center in Ashburn. At Tysons, the company plans to build a 200,000-square-foot center that would also open this summer. Services will include primary care, 24-7 urgent care, orthopedics and general surgery.
Kaiser Permanente is one of the nation’s largest, not-for-profit health plans, serving more than 8.9 million members. Currently, it has 488,171 members in Virginia, Maryland and D.C.