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Hospital Reaches Major Milestone and Unveils New Name

With the new Adventist HealthCare Washington Adventist Hospital only about a year-and-a-half away from welcoming its first patients, the hospital has announced a new name and celebrated a major construction milestone. The current Washington Adventist Hospital in Takoma Park, Md. will be renamed Adventist HealthCare White Oak Medical Center when it opens in the summer […]

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Construction Nears Major Milestone

Floor by floor, construction crews are bringing the new hospital in White Oak to life as the building’s exterior nears completion later this fall. The upcoming “topping out” of the building is a significant milestone in the journey of the project, which you’ve helped make a reality. Later this fall, crews will finish pouring the […]

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Silver Spring Explosion Survivor Gives Thanks

In August 2016, Memar Ayalew was suddenly blasted from his aunt and uncle’s Silver Spring apartment. A natural gas explosion and devastating fire ripped through the Flower Branch Apartments, killing seven people, injuring more than 30 and displacing 80 families. Memar suffered a deep cut on his back and serious injuries to his left knee. […]

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Physicians Step Forward to Transform our Community

The physicians at Adventist HealthCare Washington Adventist Hospital play an integral role in providing high-quality, compassionate care to our patients. They are also committed to continuing the hospital’s legacy of whole-person healing at our new campus in White Oak. Physicians and physician groups have generously contributed more than a third of the $6.1 million raised […]

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Historic Mementos Embedded Into New Hospital Wall

A few years ago, repairmen fixing a leak at the Massachusetts State House discovered the country’s oldest-known time capsule, buried in 1795 by none other than Samuel Adams and Paul Revere. The brass box featured coins from the 1600s, a medal depicting George Washington, newspapers, a silver plate commemorating the capsule’s burial date and other […]

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