Kaiser Permanente expands in Washington, plans more growth

National health care provider Kaiser Permanente has expanded its footprint in Washington state with 25 primary care clinics in 17 cities including Everett, five urgent-care facilities and four outpatient surgery centers.

The move comes following the completion of its acquisition of Group Health on Feb. 1. The company plans to invest $1 billion for expansion and modernization over the next decade.

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