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Medical City’s $17M Women’s Hospital Opens in McKinney and Methodist Health System Tops Out Celina Hospital

Plus Whitley Penn partner named to UTSW president's advisory board and Big Sky Asset Management closes medical real estate fund.
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The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Medical City Women's Hospital McKinney Courtesy: Medical City Healthcare

Medical City McKinney opened its new $17 million Medical City Women’s Hospital McKinney.  This 24,000-square-foot women’s hospital is part of a $64M expansion project funded by Medical City Healthcare’s major capital investment initiative of more than $1.5 billion spent over five years across the Medical City Healthcare system. Amenities include a 21-bed neonatal intensive care unit, 25 total postpartum beds, private labor, delivery and recovery rooms, pain management options, high-risk pregnancy care, 24/hr coverage by OB/GYN hospitalist, neonatologist and anesthesiologist, and more. 


Methodist Health System laid the highest beam of Methodist Celina Medical Center in a topping out celebration. Leaders from the city and local business community joined Methodist Health System executives to celebrate the “topping out,” a key milestone for the 200,000-square-foot hospital that will open its doors in 2025. 


Whitley Penn Partner and Chief Growth Officer Felix J. Lozano has joined the UT Southwestern Medical Center’s President’s Advisory Board. Bringing more than 32 years of public accounting experience, Lozano will guide Dr. Podolsky and other members of the administration through the opportunities and challenges UT Southwestern faces as an academic medical center in the areas of clinical care, education, and research—and provide the philanthropic support necessary for the institution to thrive. Lozano is a member of the Dallas Assembly and a member of the Dallas Regional Chamber Board of Directors, served on the Park City Club Board of Governors, is on the Board of Advisors for the State Fair of Texas and is Chairman of their Investment Committee.


Big Sky Asset Management announced the successful closing of its second medical real estate fund. Big Sky Medical Income Fund reached brought its total commitments to the fund and its related joint ventures to $392.3 million. As of today, the fund has made investments in 37 healthcare assets totaling over 2 million rentable square feet in 15 states. Big Sky Medical’s Income Fund allows the company to expand and provide healthcare real estate solutions that support the needs of healthcare providers and communities.

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