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Medical City McKinney’s $55 Million Expansion

(Courtesy of: Medical City McKinney)

Medical City McKinney will add a $55 million expansion that includes new patient building and an expanded emergency department.

The project will include a two-story facility that may be expanded, 11 private emergency treatment rooms that include two new trauma rooms, 36 private inpatient rooms, and expanded imaging services. The expansion will be built concurrently with the $52 million behavioral health and rehabilitation pavilion that is currently underway.

The pavilion will include 20 inpatient rehabilitation rooms, 80 adult and geriatric behavioral health patient rooms, and services at the Wysong campus will be moved to the main campus. The projects are part of a $1.7 billion investment across the campuses of Medical City Healthcare.

Medical City McKinney named a new COO and CMO over the past couple months, and is another example of the northward expansion and growth of hospital providers.

“We are excited to grow with our community, providing leading edge care in a comfortable and healing environment,” said Ernest C. Lynch, III, CEO of Medical City McKinney via release. “This expansion will enable us to provide additional lifesaving emergency services and inpatient treatment, furthering our commitment to the care and improvement of human life.”

The pavilion is expected to be complete in 2020, and the emergency and patient building expansion will begin in 2020.

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