Following its acquisition of Group Health in January, Kaiser Permanente announced Wednesday it will invest $400 million into renovating and redesigning its flagship Capitol Hill campus by 2022.

“We are so pleased to announce these bold investments to expand access to our nationally proven medical excellence to even more people in the state of Washington,” said Kaiser Permanente Washington president Susan Mullaney in a news release. “Despite already offering statewide specialty, primary and ambulatory care sites, Kaiser Permanente plans to open even more locations soon, including a brand new medical center in Burien this November.”

Kaiser Permanente plans to maintain its care and services in Capitol Hill throughout the planning process, and in January the company will be launching an upgraded website and mobile app.

The health care company was approved to purchase Group Health for $1.8 billion in January. The Capitol Hill campus is at 201 16th Ave. E.

“As a major employer and public health provider, I applaud Kaiser Permanente’s commitment to improving access to world-class healthcare services in our growing region,” said King County Executive Dow Constantine in the news release. “The redesigned Capitol Hill campus and new medical clinics will improve the health of people throughout King County, including our employees and their family members.”

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods recently sought volunteers for a standing advisory committee to provide Kaiser Permanente with feedback of future Seattle development projects.

Maureen Sheehan, DON’s Major Institutions and School coordinator, tells the Capitol Hill Times she will sit down with Kaiser Permanente representatives next week to discuss the company’s plans. She said it’s more than likely that Kaiser will need to create a new master plan. If so, a citizen advisory committee will need to be formed to assist with that process.

Mullaney could not find time to speak to the Capitol Hill Times for this story.