Medical City Frisco is investing $41-million dollars to expand and introduce new services with three major renovations currently underway.
“Frisco is one of the fastest growing communities in our nation,” says Medical City Frisco CEO Charles Gressle. “These investments will help meet growing need and further our mission to the care and improvement of human life by providing immediate access to exceptional healthcare when and where our patients need it, in their own community.”
Capital improvements include expanding the emergency department from 3 to 9 rooms, while remaining operational to care for trauma and emergency medical needs. A cardiac catheterization laboratory, or Cath lab, is also being installed to provide advanced heart interventions and treatment. The Cath lab is scheduled to be completed by February.
In addition, Medical City Frisco will begin caring for mothers and babies for the first time. Construction and renovation will transform the fourth floor into a dedicated women’s services unit, with 14 labor and delivery suites, two operating rooms, a nursery and a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). The dedicated women’s unit is slated to open in the spring.
Medical City Healthcare acquired Medical City Frisco earlier this year and opened the hospital as a facility of Medical City Plano, formerly Medical City Plano, in April.
About Medical City Frisco:
Medical City Frisco, a Medical City Plano facility, is a full-service 54-bed, acute care hospital located in Frisco, Texas. The hospital offers a variety of adult and pediatric clinical services, emergency medicine and surgical specialties. Medical City Frisco is a “green” facility, silver LEED certified for environmental and energy efficiency. Medical City Frisco Hospital is part of Medical City Healthcare. For more information: MedicalCityFrisco.com or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.