Main Line Health released plans to build a new 94,000-square foot health center in King of Prussia, Pa.
The new structure, which is projected to open in November 2019, will have a specific focus on women’s health needs.
“With a focus on women’s health, this center will allow us to expand our breadth of services to include a wide range of holistic therapies and specialty-care services to meet the needs of women and their families across our region,” said Jack Lynch, the Main Line Health’s President and CEO in a Philadelphia Business Journal article.
The center will provide numerous different services, including primary care, endocrinology, neurology, physical therapy and lab services.
Main Line Health is the parent hospital of others in Southeastern Pa.–including Lankenau Medical Center and Bryn Mawr Hospital–and is one of 15 major health systems in the Greater Philadelphia region.