$24M Angelos Medical Pavilion Opens on the Saint Agnes Hospital Campus in Baltimore

NexCore Group LP announced this month it has completed a new outpatient facility on the campus of Saint Agnes Hospital in Baltimore. The project is part of the hospital’s recently completed, $200 million, revitalization and expansion plan.

NexCore Group LP announced it has completed a new outpatient facility on the campus of Saint Agnes Hospital in Baltimore. The project is part of the hospital’s recently completed $200 million revitalization and expansion plan.

The new facility is called the Angelos Medical Pavilion and is located at 3407 Wilkens Avenue. It has four levels and offers 85,800 square feet of space. NexCore started work on the project in October 2011. The building was designed by RTKL. The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. was the project’s construction manager. NexCore owns the building. The Denver-based healthcare real estate developer will also provide leasing and management services.

With a price tag of $24 million, the new outpatient facility is the first medical office development on the Saint Agnes campus in over 20 years. It is directly connected to the hospital on two levels and will house physician office space, hospital clinic space, and two famous hospital programs, the Saint Agnes Cancer Institute and Saint Agnes Cardiovascular Institute.

William Greskovich, vice president of operations and capital projects at Saint Agnes, called the Angelos Medical Pavilion ”an efficient and appealing outpatient facility.” He said the facility is ”an integral part of the Saint Agnes campus” and that it ”will help us to remain competitive and current in the new regulatory environment.” Saint Agnes Hospital’s $200 million campus expansion created 550,000 square feet of facilities and patient-friendly environments to better serve the hospital’s growing patient base.

“The Angelos Medical Pavilion illustrates a growing trend in which hospitals are moving many of their key services into new outpatient facilities,” said Jarrod Daddis, executive managing director at NexCore, in a press statement. “Customized outpatient facilities that are designed around innovative models of care make for a more streamlined and positive patient experience.” Daddis also said the Angelos Medical Pavilion model has been very successful, and that only two physician office suites, about 6,300 square feet, remain unoccupied in the building.

Photo credits: RTKL