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Baylor Scott & White Surgicare-Southlake is set to open in 2023 next to Baylor Scott & White Family Medicine-Southlake. (Rendering courtesy Baylor Scott & White Health) Baylor Scott & White is opening new Surgicare center next year
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17,000 square feet 2 oors 4 operating rooms NEW CENTER Here are some highlights for the new Surgicare center: The center will oer procedures in the following specialties: • Ear, nose and throat • Gastrointestinal
A new Baylor Scott & White Surgicare center is set to open in early 2023 at 905 E. Southlake Blvd., next to Baylor Scott & White Family Medicine-Southlake. It will oer outpatient surgical pro- cedures, according to Matt Olivolo, Baylor Scott & White marketing and public relations consultant. “With more than 17,000 square feet of space available in the surgery center, there is the potential to add additional operating rooms over time to respond to the community’s needs,” Olivolo said in a statement. The center will have four operating rooms. Patients will have access to procedures in a number of dierent areas, including gastrointestinal, orthopedic and pain management.
• Gynecology • Ophthalmic • Orthopedics • Pain management • Podiatry • Spine • Urology
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Grapevine hospital adds new procedures
clot [ischemic stroke] to remove it or the broken blood vessel [hemorrhagic stroke] to repair it,” according to a statement from the hospital. The hospital is also oering a minimally “invasive, robotic-assisted bronchoscopy procedure,” according to a statement from Baylor Scott & White Medical Center-Grapevine. The hospital will also be starting a new program in June to give patients diagnosed with a lung nodule or lesion a comprehensive assessment and plan of care from specialists. The hospital is also planning to expand its Sterile Processing Depart- ment, which will include increasing the size of two existing operating rooms, according to the hospital.
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Baylor Scott & White Medical Cen- ter-Grapevine is now oering three new medical procedures and will be expanding one of its departments. The hospital has added mechan- ical thrombectomy procedures for patients experiencing strokes. The therapy procedure, which can be oered to patients who meet a certain medical criteria, uses “sophis- ticated imaging equipment to guide a catheter carrying special tools to the brain to the site of either the blood
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