Johns Hopkins, Anne Arundel Health System to open medical offices in Odenton

March 23, 2011|By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun

Johns Hopkins Medicine is teaming up with the parent organization of an Annapolis hospital to build a 60,000-square-foot medical office building in Odenton, expanding primary care and specialty medicine in a community expected to grow as a result of the national military base reshuffling.

Scheduled to open at the end of next year or early 2013, the $14 million building will be part of a mixed-use development at the corner of Route 175 and Sappington Station Road.

Johns Hopkins already has medical offices in a nearby building and will continue to operate in that location. Anne Arundel Health System, which runs the Anne Arundel Medical Center and has a satellite location near Odenton, is partnering with the Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins on the new development.

Odenton is adjacent to Fort Meade, the Army base gaining thousands of jobs through the realignment effort known as BRAC.

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