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.


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