Kaiser building $25 million ambulatory facility in northern Virginia
Kaiser Permanente is spending $25 million to construct a sizable ambulatory care facility in northern Virginia.
The 263,000-square foot facility in Woodbridge will host a number of specialties, including outpatient surgeries, radiology and chemotherapy infusion, according to Rosendin, the firm assisting with electrical construction. Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser has set a goal of doubling its retail clinic network by 2022.
Ambulatory surgery centers remain a popular area of investment for health systems, with major companies like Tenet Healthcare, Envision, UnitedHealth Group and HCA Healthcare buying up hundreds of sites each.
The building, Kaiser Permanente South NoVA HUB, will also have an 1,100-space parking garage in addition to parking spaces, a staging area for a farmers’ market, a health park with workout stations and walkways through an existing woodland area.
Other services planned for the facility include nuclear medicine, diagnostic imaging, a clinical laboratory, oncology pharmacies, primary and specialty clinics and a community center.
A Kaiser representative was not immediately available for comment. The integrated health system generated $88.7 billion in revenue in 2020 and has 723 medical offices, 39 owned and affiliated hospitals and 56 retail and employee clinics.