Thursday, March 12, 2020

$64M New Health Facility Opens in King of Prussia

by John Jordan Globest.com
Main Line Health reports that it has opened its $64-million, 94,000-square-foot Maine Line Health King of Prussia facility here.

The new health center is home to Main Line Health’s first Women’s Specialty Center in collaboration with Axia Women’s Health. The new facility which opened on Monday is located in the Village at Valley Forge.
Jack Lynch, FACHE, president and CEO, Main Line Health, said of the new health center’s opening, “As we developed plans for Main Line Health King of Prussia, we really dove deep into researching what services and amenities are important to our community—specifically women. With our partners at Axia Women’s Health, we are essentially delivering a one-stop-shop for women to see their primary care physician and specialists in a seamless, coordinated manner and offering boutique-like amenities to complement that care.”

Some of the specialized services offered for women include: primary care, imaging and lab services, X-rays, Ultrasound, Dexascans, 3D mammograms, specialty care, autoimmune health, breast health, digestive care, emotional wellness, endocrinology, genetic risk, gynecological care, headache care, heart care, maternity care, occupational therapy, pelvic floor health, physical therapy, reproductive medicine, speech therapy, surgical consultation, vein care and weight and wellness.
Main Line Health King of Prussia will also house a second office for the Women’s Emotional Wellness Center, expanding the specialized outpatient behavioral health services provided to women and their families. Services include individual and group counseling, post-partum depression care, and mindfulness therapies, including yoga.

While the Women’s Specialty Center seeks to meet the health care needs of women, Main Line Health King of Prussia offers care for all members of the community.

Main Line Health King of Prussia also features Aneu Kitchen & Juicery, a teaching kitchen, interactive wellness classes, The Wellness Porch–a boutique, wellness-focused retail store and complimentary parking. A 6,500-square-foot rooftop farm will also be built and will have its own professional farmer. The produce grown on the farm will be donated to a local university, to the community of Norristown and used in the center’s cooking classes and other events.
The construction manager for Main Line Health King of Prussia was IMC Construction; the architect/interior designer was NELSON Worldwide; the women’s specialty consultant was Susan Black, Perkins Eastman Black; and the development manager was Anchor Health Properties.
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