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New medical offices to open in Redwood City

Marshall Medical Offices offer convenient care in one modern space. Pictured, the new Kaiser Permanente Marshall Medical Offices in Redwood City feature lots of natural light and open spaces inside.

Kaiser Permanente is opening new medical offices in Redwood City, bringing over 30 medical departments into one convenient, member-friendly building.

The new Marshall Medical Offices on the campus of the Kaiser Permanente Redwood City Medical Center will have 4 floors of specialty care, ob-gyn, pediatrics, optometry, a pharmacy, 3 levels of below-ground parking, and a shuttle to Caltrain for easy access.

The Marshall Medical Offices in Redwood City bring over 30 departments together under one roof.
The Marshall Medical Offices in Redwood City bring over 30 departments together under one roof.

When it opens April 27 at 905 Maple Street, the offices will house the Advanced Neuroscience Center, with its highly specialized magnetoencephalography that can pinpoint the time and place of seizures originating in the brain.

“We’ve designed a modern, environmentally conscious space that puts member care first on our Redwood City campus,” said Grace Firtch, MD, physician in chief of the Kaiser Permanente Redwood City Medical Center. “The convenience of over 30 medical specialties in one location will support collaboration among colleagues who were previously separated across our medical center campus and provide an even better experience for our patients.”

The Pediatrics Department waiting area at the new Marshall Medical Offices features a fantastic motif for younger members.
The Pediatrics Department waiting area at the new Marshall Medical Offices features a fantastic motif for younger members.

In addition to provider offices, there will be a café, gift shop, free Wi-Fi, and USB charging stations built into the furniture.

Reflecting Kaiser Permanente’s commitment to environmental sustainability, the new medical offices is expected to achieve the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design gold-level rating developed by the U.S. Green Building Council.

The gold-level rating is for water use efficiency inside and on outdoor landscaping, placing parking underground, scaling the building to the neighborhood, energy efficient heating and cooling, and the use of recycled materials for interior furnishings.

 

 

 

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