Rendering of the new UM Capital Region Health hospital in Prince George's County.

Real-Time Construction of UM Capital Region Medical Center

Our new regional medical center in Prince George’s County will promote improved access to primary and ambulatory care services and be a community partner in helping to improve the health status of Prince George’s County residents. In partnership with University of Maryland Medical System, it will serve as a vital asset to assist with successfully recruiting physicians of many specialties to the region to provide high quality, clinically advanced medical care.

Location:

Largo Town Center
Largo, MD 20774
Arena Drive Exit off of I-495

Site: 26 acres

Site Selection Criteria

  1. Central Area of Prince George’s County
  2. Accessible to Transportation
    1. Access to I-495
    2. Proximate to Metro station and bus routes
    3. Pedestrian Access/Walkability
  3. Cost of Site Development
    1. Acquisition Costs
    2. Infrastructure Requirements (on- and off-site improvements
  4. Size of Site
  5. Timing of Site Control
  6. Future Development Potential

Transforming Health In Prince George’s County, Maryland: A Public Health Study

Hospital Specs:

Main Tower: 11 levels; Two roof-top helipads; 595,744 square feet
Acute-Care Licensed Beds: 205
Adult Observation / Short Stay: 20
ER Treatment Bays: 45
Operating Rooms: 8

In addition, Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital will have a 15-bed specialty pediatric hospital within the regional medical center facility.

Estimated Costs:

Total Project Cost: $543,000,000

Project Timeline

  • Regulatory Approval – October 2016
  • UMMS Acquired Dimensions Health System – Fall of 2017
  • Groundbreaking – November 2017
  • Construction Complete – December 2020
  • Grand Opening – March 2021