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Kaiser Permanente plans $247 million medical hub for Timonium

Kaiser Permanente plans $247 million medical hub for Timonium

Kaiser Permanente, the health care provider and insurer, is poised to open a $247 million medical center in Timonium in two years.

The group secured about five acres of land last year on Greenspring Drive, adjacent to the Timonium Fairgrounds Light Rail station, with plans to build a five-story medical center. The facility is expected to begin accepting patients in 2021.

The 221,795-square-foot center will house a broad range of health services and operate as a one-stop-shop for patients. In addition to primary care, 24-7 urgent care and pharmacy operations, the center will offer medical and surgical specialty care, including optometry, audiology, pain management and other...

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