LifeBridge Health, the parent company of Northwest Hospital, invested more than $5 million in the redevelopment and expansion of the building, expanding from 8,000 to 13,800 square feet. ExpressCare anchors the first floor with a 4,600-square-foot urgent care center. A pediatrician’s office will open on the second floor, and plans for the third floor are forthcoming.
“As the corridor’s largest employer, Northwest Hospital is the institutional anchor of the Liberty Road communities. LifeBridge Health continues to make significant investments that bring jobs and contribute to the economic vitality of Randallstown and the entire county,” Baltimore County
Executive Kevin Kamenetz said in a news release. “We are especially pleased that their commitment goes well beyond economic health. LifeBridge extends its medical mission to community partnerships and engagement that improve the quality of life for thousands of county residents each year.”
Northwest Hospital also plans to revitalize buildings on Old Court Road across the street from the hospital. While the plans are ongoing, the new and redeveloped buildings could include doctors’ offices, outpatient medical services and administrative departments.