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Developing a White Oak Hospital & Medical Campus

Expanding Access to Care

Since 1907, Adventist HealthCare Washington Adventist Hospital has been dedicated to providing high-quality care to the communities we serve. As the hospital did over a hundred years ago, it continues to strive to remain ahead. For this reason, we are proposing to build a state-of-the-art hospital to meet the area's growing health and wellness needs. The relocated hospital in White Oak, together with health-care services on our Takoma Park campus, will continue Adventist HealthCare Washington Adventist Hospital's history of strengthening the region's health-care infrastructure and expanding access to care for all.

White Oak, MD

Adventist HealthCare has purchased land to relocate Adventist HealthCare Washington Adventist Hospital near White Oak along the border of Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, in the hospital's current service area. The new site will allow for care in a more accessible, modern healthcare facility. The proposed 170-bed acute-care hospital will have all private patient rooms and more space for state-of-the-art equipment and technology.

While approvals from state agencies are needed, the site has major local traffic and land-use approvals in place, respecting the environment and blending effectively into the surrounding community while employing principles of smart growth.

The White Oak campus will create new permanent jobs for the Montgomery County and Prince George’s County region. Construction jobs will also be created during the building of the hospital.

Takoma Park, MD

Adventist HealthCare Washington Adventist HospitalAdventist HealthCare Washington Adventist Hospital is committed to ensuring there is continued access to needed primary care and other outpatient services in Takoma Park. The campus will remain home to the 40-bed Behavioral Health unit, Adventist Rehabilitation Hospital of Maryland/Takoma Park and the Maternity Partnership Program clinic for low-income women. Other services include outpatient services, including a walk-in primary care clinic, a federally qualified health center operated by Community Clinic, Inc., and physician offices. The offerings were carefully developed, consistent with the needs of the community and the changing landscape of health care.