Baylor Surgical Hospital at Fort Worth Plans New Facility

Baylor Surgical Hospital at Fort Worth has purchased of 5.3 acres of land with plans to construct a three-story, 77,000-square-foot, acute care replacement hospital to be located on Park Place.

Construction is slated to begin May 2013 and the new building would replace its current facility, located at 750 12th Ave. in Fort Worth.

The replacement facility will enhance the range of inpatient and outpatient surgical procedures, specializing in orthopedic, spine, pain management, urology, general, plastic, and ear, nose and throat surgery.

The new facility will feature 30 inpatient beds, 14 operating rooms, a 24-hour emergency room for minor emergencies, an imaging suite equipped with digital X-ray, CT scanner and MRI, and more.

Paul Whitman, Todd Burnette, and Ryan Matthews of Jones Lang LaSalle negotiated the land purchase on behalf of Baylor Surgical Hospital at Fort Worth. The firm’s Senior Vice President Jonathan Vidaurri will manage the construction project.  PageSoutherlandPage will serve as architect.


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