June 12, 2018, King of Prussia, PA
JUNE 12, 2018 – King of Prussia, Pennsylvania — Axia Women’s Health, in collaboration with Main Line Health, broke ground on Thursday, June 7, on the new Women’s Specialty Center, located in King of Prussia. The $32 million, 94,000 square-foot facility, slated to open in Spring 2020, will serve as a premier destination for enhancing the health and wellness of those in our region, specifically women.
“This Women’s Specialty Center is a big step forward in the vision of Axia Women’s Health,” says Dr. Stephen Krell, executive chairman and CEO, Clinical Practices for Axia Women’s Health. “It will help us lead the way in improving women’s health by bringing together a full suite of health care services in one state-of-the-art facility—the first of its kind in the region.”
Located within the building, Axia Women’s Health and Main Line Health are working together to focus on the distinct preventive, diagnostic, and treatment needs of women. The center will address women’s physical, emotional, and wellness needs in a seamless, coordinated manner embedded within a warm, healing environment. Some of the services include:
“Our primary focus throughout the planning of this new health center is on delivering safe, high-quality care that can help advance the health and wellness of our community members,” says Jack Lynch, FACHE, president and CEO, Main Line Health. “As never before, our patients are increasingly looking to us not just to help them live longer lives, but to help them live longer, healthier lives. This facility will help our community do just that.”
Also located within the new facility, Main Line Health will operate an ambulatory care center that will bring health and wellness services to women and men of the greater King of Prussia region and beyond, including:
In addition, nutrition services, a demo kitchen, and a medical retail space will be offered.
Axia Women’s Health and Main Line Health are partnering with the following legal, construction, and design organizations: Saul Ewing, IMC Construction, Anchor Health Properties, Siemens, Nelson Architects, Bohler Engineering, Pisarek Engineering, O’Donnell & Naccarato, Remington & Vernick Engineers, Perkins Eastman Black and Glackin Thomas Panzak.