Health system to transform D.C. hospital into ‘health village’

August 29, 2017

Providence Health plans to turn its 408-bed hospital in northwest D.C. into a multiuse, walkable "health village," according to an article on the Fierce Healthcare website.

“We have begun to see the impact of a changing healthcare landscape both locally and nationally,” Providence CEO Darcy K. Burthay said in the article.

The campus will include a variety of service lines, such as primary care, specialty care, ambulatory care and telehealth and virtual care.

There will also be recreational space including green trails.

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