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XON HILL, MD — Trammel l Crow C omp a n y , a n d The Adventist HealthCare-anchored class-A medical office building totals 97,000 s/f Trammell Crow Co. & Seavest celebrate topping out of Medical Pavilion II at National Harbor O wound care, orthopedic care, and more.”

Services using state-of-the- art equipment for faster and detailed testing • A Cancer Center where surgeons can focus on breast, colorectal, prostate and other cancer care • Additional outpatient services that address criti- cal healthcare needs in the community such as a Vas- cular Clinic, Catheterization Laboratory, Rehabilitation Center, and a Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center Upon completion in early 2022, the Medical Pavilion II will give Seavest more than 350,000 s/f of state-of-the-art ambulatory facilities in the DC Metro region. “Seavest is pleased to reach this milestone in the con- struction of National Harbor II, which will be a major am- bulatory healthcare location for Adventist Healthcare,” said John Winer, senior managing director and chief investment officer at Seavest. “We are at a time when pro- viding healthcare in the com- munity has never been more important and this facility will help Adventist bring ad- vanced care to the residents of Prince George’s County in an easily accessible and amenity rich location. With National Harbor Medical Pavilion II joining the already open Medical Pavilion I, National Harbor will be the focal point for healthcare in southern Prince George’s County.” The Medical Pavilion II will be adjacent to Medical Pavil- ion I, National Harbor’s only other medical office building, which was also developed by Trammell Crow and now owned by Seavest. “After successful competi- tion of Medical Pavilion I at National Harbor, we are pleased to partner with Ad- ventist and Seavest again on a Medical Pavilion II, which will substantially expand the availability of healthcare services in Prince George’s County as well as in Wash- ington, DC and Virginia,” said Eric Fischer , managing director at Trammell Crow Company. “The clinical of- ferings of Medical Pavilion II will provide a comfortable and engaging experience for patients, and its visitors will also benefit from the variety of surrounding amenities located throughout National Harbor.” MAREJ

Adventist HealthCare re- cently announced its plans to bring southern Prince George’s County this health- care destination to offer com- prehensive specialty and preventative care services to the community including: • An Ambulatory Surgery Center that will offer outpa- tient surgical services such as orthopedic, ophthalmic, car- diovascular, general surgery and other surgical services • The ability to perform a full range of clinical services including Diagnostic Imaging

Seavest Healthcare Prop- erties , an investment firm focused on the medical office and outpatient facility sec- tor, announced the topping out of the Medical Pavilion II located at 201 National Harbor Blvd. in Oxon Hill. The building officially broke ground in October 2020. Adventist HealthCare will serve as the anchor tenant at the five-story medical office building occupying 73,000 of the building’s total 97,000 s/f. “Adventist HealthCare

The topping out of the Medical Pavilion II

is writing a new chapter for health care in southern Prince George’s County,” said Terry Forde, AHC president and CEO. “This new facility will expand and modernize the way we provide care and allow us to treat more

members of the community who deserve high-quality treatments. This National Harbor project will grant access to outpatient surgical services, cancer care, an in- novative imaging center for better diagnosing, as well as


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