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In Fort Collins, the health care giant will lease a 21,000-square-foot space at 2950 Harmony Road. In Loveland, Kaiser has purchased the 30,000-square-foot space currently inhabited by Eheart Interior Solutions at 4901 Thompson Parkway. Eheart is expected to close at that location by the end of March before relocating to Fort Collins.
Both locations will offer family and internal medicine, pediatrics, a draw station and testing area, routine radiology services and a fully stocked pharmacy. The Loveland location will also offer mammography services.
Kaiser is also planning a Greeley facility, expected to be open by 2014.
The Loveland and Fort Collins locations will each employ approximately two-dozen health care professionals. Kaiser is projecting that its expansion over the next two years will add approximately 100 health care jobs to Northern Colorado.
The buildings will both need to be renovated to include patient rooms, a pharmacy and other necessities for a medical office.
Kaiser is making its foray into Northern Colorado by partnering with Banner Health, the Arizona-based health system that operates McKee Medical Center in Loveland and North Colorado Medical Center in Greeley.
For more on Kaiser’s expansion into the Northern Colorado market, see the Feb. 24 issue of the Northern Colorado Business Report.