Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States has plans to build two new medical centers — one in Prince William County and the other in Stafford County.
The more 38,375-square-foot Stafford medical office building will be located on Stafford Hospital’s campus, offering primary care and rotating specialty care. It will also offer laboratory, pharmacy, urgent care and imaging services, as well as services in behavioral health, optometry and physical therapy. The building is expected to open in the summer of 2019.
The Prince William County building will be based in Haymarket, adjacent to Interstate 66, according to a news release. The 36,423-square-foot center is set to open in late 2019 and will offer adult primary care, behavioral health, mammography, clinical laboratory, bone density scanning, obstetrics and gynecology and optometry services.
Kim Horn, president of Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States, said that the two new locations will make it easy for patients to take care of a wide range of health-care needs under one roof, without having to travel to multiple locations. Dr. Bernadette Loftus serves as an associate executive director, overseeing The Mid-Atlantic
Permanente Medical Group, which provides care for Kaiser Permanente members in Virginia, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. “Our patients in Virginia are benefiting from the world-class care provided by nearly 1,500 physicians in the region,” she stated.
The two new medical centers are the latest in a string of new medical-facility announcements from Kaiser in the northern to central parts of Virginia, from Alexandria and Ashburn to Prince William and Stafford counties.
Last summer, Kaiser began eyeing space on Minnieville Road in Woodbridge, where it already owns property, for a planned $200 million, 270,000-square-foot medical hub. That project is still under review by county staff.