Massachusetts’ largest health care provider, Partners HealthCare, is planning an “aggressive expansion beyond its renowned hospitals, spending $400 million to open four outpatient surgery centers that will compete for patients in Boston’s suburbs.”

According to an article in the Boston Globe, Partners will construct three new clinics near major highways in Woburn, Westborough, and Salem, N.H. Reporter Priyanka Dayal McCluskey writes: “It will also expand an existing site in Westwood. All four facilities will offer primary care, specialty care, mental health care, imaging, and surgery, Partners officials said…The latest project is expected to create 700 new jobs, including doctors and nurses Partners will recruit to work in its new clinics, which are expected to open in 2022…The new outpatient clinics will bear the Mass General Brigham name.”