Kaiser Permanente to build 5-story medical center in Virginia

Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente will open a new five-story, multispecialty medical center in Woodbridge, Va. It will be the seventh location in the region for the expanding health network. 

The new 241,357-square-foot medical center is slated to open in 2021. It will provide a wide range of clinical services.

"Our new medical center will highlight our integrated health system by offering primary care and specialty services in one convenient location," said Kim Horn, the health system's regional president. "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." 

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