Reimagining Healthcare in Southern Prince George’s County
Adventist HealthCare’s New Medical Pavilion at National Harbor is Near Completion.
As you approach the east end of National Harbor in Oxon Hill, you can see Adventist HealthCare’s five-story, 97,000-square-foot medical pavilion taking shape. This expansive facility will help bring the residents of southern Prince George’s County and surrounding areas several much-needed healthcare services: a surgery center, cardiac catheterization laboratory, cancer care, physical rehabilitation, wound care and interventional radiology.
Adventist HealthCare broke ground on the facility, officially named Medical Pavilion II, in October 2020. Since then, builders have moved at an impressive pace to complete construction by mid-year 2022. The pavilion is part of Adventist HealthCare’s goal of helping residents of the metropolitan D.C. area respond to their chronic health challenges.
Medical Pavilion II will connect patients with high-quality services, skilled physicians and new job opportunities.
The pavilion is just one of many multifaceted expansion projects that Adventist HealthCare has planned for southern Prince George’s County. Adventist HealthCare Fort Washington Medical Center plans new construction that will increase its ability to care for more patients in Oxon Hill, Temple Hills, Accokeek, Fort Washington and parts of southeast Washington, D.C. In 2020, the health system opened a primary care office in Fort Washington, allowing the community more access to care they need from physicians, close to home.