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As businesses open, ocials monitor virus infection rates Health risks, nancial needs drive timelines

Case counts From mid-March to May 27, 279 cases of the coronavirus have been conrmed in Round Rock, 182 in Pugerville and 42 in Hutto. Here is a breakdown of the percentages of each city’s total population that have tested positive for COVID-19. The numbers used are cumulative case counts, which include individuals who have recovered, are now deceased and are still ill.

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Huahuasco Grill in Pugerville, said he wants more assurances that the rate of coronavirus infections is falling before reopening his dine-in facilities. “We feel it’s not safe to reopen our dining room at this time,” Leon said. “We will consider opening when the infections are at a lower level.” Huahuasco Grill, which rst opened a mere two weeks before CONTINUED ON 30

Followingweeks of mandatory closures intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus, restaurants, coee shops, bars, gyms and other businesses have been given the green light to open at limited capacities. Some area establishments quickly opened their doors to patrons, while others have decided to wait. Jose Leon, manager of

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a Triple-A aliate of the Houston Astros, have had to sit out 48 games, 25 of which would have been played at home. “It’s been tough to be in this holding pattern,” said Tim Jackson, general manager of the Round Rock Express. “Our season iswholly contingent onwhat Major League Baseball does and then allows Minor League Baseball to do.” Gov. Greg Abbott issued a proclamation allowing outdoor CONTINUED ON 35

A season opener that pitted the Round Rock Express against the Wichita Wind Surge should have packed Round Rock’s Minor League Baseball complex with nearly 9,000 fans. But on April 9 at 7:05 p.m., Dell Diamond was eerily empty. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the rst game of the 2020 season—and each one since—has been postponed. As of press time May 28, the Express,

Dell Diamond typically hosts 70 Round Rock Express home games between April and September. However, this year, the baseball season has been postponed due to health concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy Round Rock Express)

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FROMTAYLOR: Reecting on the past two months, themes of resiliency and creativity have emerged from every corner of our community. In this issue, we highlight a handful of these stories. Inside (see Page 29), a Round Rock resident details his health scare with a severe bout of COVID-19 and how the sta at Baylor Scott & White helped save his life. And, to help combat shortages of surgical masks, Armbrust American has opened a new manufacturing facility in Pugerville with the capability of producing 1.2 million masks a day (see Page 21). In these confusing and chaotic times, these stories illuminate an ongoing spirit of innovation and care for others. Taylor Jackson Buchanan, EDITOR

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3 Smilewell Dental is expected to open July 6 at 3001 Joe DiMaggio Blvd., Ste. 1500, Round Rock. The dental practice will offer treatment options, such as fillings, cleanings, root canals, extractions and implants, as well as cosmetic procedures, such as veneers, Invisalign and teeth whitening. Smilewell will also offer procedures such as crowns, bridges, and complete and partial dentures. 512-677-7411. www.smilewelldentaltx.com 4 QuikTrip is under construction at 2880 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock. Once completed, the gas station and convenience store will offer free air for tires, hot and cold food, and beverages. www.quiktrip.com 5 Goodstock , a butcher shop, will open at 3800 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Ste. 110, Round Rock. The butcher shop will offer fresh and frozen cuts of Nolan Ryan beef; sausage; and hotdogs as well as locally produced Texas products, such as aprons, steak knives, grilling utensils and more. Staff will provide preparation and cooking techniques. Goodstock is expected to open in July, with online sales launching in August. www.goodstocktx.com REOPENINGS 6 The Gap Factory Store reopened within the Round Rock Premium Outlets on May 9. The storefront is located at 4401 N. I-35, Ste. 109, Round Rock. 512-863-6566. www.gap.com Rock Premium Outlets on May 9. The storefront is located at 4401 N. I-35, Ste. 599, Round Rock. 512-869-5539. www.bananarepublic.gap.com 8 Mega Furniture has reopened 7 The Banana Republic Factory Store reopened within the Round following a temporary closure due to coronavirus-related restrictions. The store is located at 201 University Oaks Blvd., Ste. 1100, Round Rock. Added safety provisions have been made due to the pandemic, with masks required for guests and employees at all times. Along with in-person shopping, Mega Furniture is offering in-store pickup options and no-contact delivery. 512-494-4159. www.megafurnituretx.com

9 The Yogurt Experience has reopened in Round Rock following a six-week closure due to coronavirus-related restrictions, owner Rebecca Darling confirmed May 6. Located at 200 University Blvd., Ste. 230, Round Rock, the store offers pickups via online ordering, curbside takeout and delivery services while its dining room remains closed. 512-843-4241. www.yogurtexperience.com 10 Pinthouse Pizza reopened in Round Rock on May 6 following a temporary closure due to coronavirus- related restrictions. Located at 2800 Hoppe Trail, Round Rock, the business offers curbside pickup, delivery services and beer to go. Due to the pandemic, menu offerings are limited at this time, and the store will be operating under modified business hours and heightened safety measures. 512-717-0869. http://pinthousepizza.com/round-rock 11 Recuerdos Tex-Mex reopened its restaurant for takeout services April 22, following a temporary closure due to coronavirus-related restrictions. Located at 109 W. Main St., Round Rock, the restaurant’s takeout offerings include family meal packages, burritos, chalupas and tostadas along with to-go margaritas. 512-215-2295. www.facebook.com/ besttexmex EXPANSIONS 12 Lamppost Coffee has nearly doubled its square footage by expanding into an empty adjacent suite. The expansion was completed in mid-March, owner Brian Burns said; however, due to coronavirus- related restrictions, customers were unable to sit in the coffee shop until May 1. Now, Burns said, Lamppost Coffee is open for limited occupancy dine-in, to-go and delivery orders. The coffee shop, located at 1205 Round Rock Ave., Round Rock, offers hot and cold beverages as well as pastries and light bites. 512-217-4962. www.lamppost.coffee ANNIVERSARIES 13 Palermo Pasta House celebrated five years in business May 26. The restaurant is located at 112 E. Main St., Round Rock, and offers fresh-made

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1 Offering healthy, freshly prepared smoothies; teas; iced coffee drinks; and more, 620’s Healthy Hub is expected to open this summer. The business will be located at 1312 Round Rock Ave.,

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pasta, pizza, calzones, salads and more. Palermo is open for dine-in with limited occupancy, to-go and online ordering at this time. 512-369-3952. www.palermopastahouse.com NEWOWNERSHIP 14 Little Caesars reopened with new ownership and a remodeled interior the week of May 10. Located at 2051 Gattis School Road, Ste. 640, Round Rock, the pizza chain offers classic, deep dish and customizable pizzas as well as breadsticks and wings. Due to the coronavirus, Little Caesars is offering no- contact delivery and pickup services at this time. 512-861-5150. www.littlecaesars.com 15 The car wash located at 2301 S. I-35, Round Rock, is now owned by Texas-based WashGuys Carwash . Previously named Mr. Clean Car Wash, the ownership takeover occurred in late April, staff confirmed. 512-255-4463. www.washguystx.com

open this fall next to Costco Wholesale at the intersection of Kelly Lane and FM 685. P. Terry’s is an Austin-based fast-food chain known for hamburgers, fries, milkshakes and breakfast offerings. www.pterrys.com 18 Crave Hot Dogs and Barbecue , a national hot dog and barbecue franchise, has delayed the opening of its Pflugerville location due to the coronavirus pandemic, representatives for the company confirmed. Initially projected to open in May at 21315 SH 130, the opening date has been postponed until the end of the summer. Menu offerings include pulled chicken and pork sandwiches, brisket, smoked sausages and traditional Southern sides.

Center at 18816 Limestone Commercial Drive, Ste. 300, T.Jin’s dining room remains closed at this time; however, the restaurant is offering no-contact pickup and delivery services. 512-252-7895. www.tjinsdiner.com 20 Duck Donuts reopened May 1 following a temporary closure due to coronavirus-related restrictions. Located in Stone Hill Town Center at 18616 Limestone Commercial Drive, Ste. 250, Pflugerville, the customizable doughnut shop offers curbside pickup and delivery services. 512-520-8120. www.duckdonuts.com/location/ pflugerville-tx 21 Moi Vietnamese Grill reopened May 4 following a temporary closure related to coronavirus restrictions. Located at 16051 Dessau Road, Pflugerville, the restaurant offers takeout, delivery and curbside pickup services while its dining room is temporarily closed. 512-761-4420. www.moivg.com

16 James Avery , an artisan jewelry shop, opened in Pflugerville’s Stone Hill Town Center on April 24. Located at 18616 Limestone Commercial Drive, Ste. 100, the store specializes in a variety of jewelry, charms and pendants as well as handbags and themed collections. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the store is open at limited capacity for in-person shopping as well as no-contact, curbside pickup services. 737-220-7949. www.jamesavery.com

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Find some farm ‘pfresh’ produce Celebrate the coming summer months with Pugerville’s Pfarmers Market. Due to the pandemic, the market is limited to produce, meat and prepared food products only. Face masks and social distancing are required, and a maximum of 10 people are allowed in the market at once. Tuesdays, 3-7 p.m. Free. Heritage Park, 901 Old Austin-Hutto Road, Pugerville www.pugervilletx.gov

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virtual book club, featuring a guest appearance by Texas author P.J. Hoover. Books will be made available for registered participants to pick up. The pre-teen book is “Homer’s Excellent Adventure,” and the teen selection is “The Hidden Code.” 2-3 p.m. Free, registration required. Ages 8-18. www.roundrocktexas.gov/event/ virtualbookclub-ages-8-18 19 TRY TAI CHI For those looking for a more relaxing tness session, the Pugerville Recreation Center is hosting virtual tai chi workouts. Tai chi focuses on physical movements that promote strength, exibility and balance as well as incorporating meditative practices. Virtual classes are livestreamed on the Pugerville Parks and Recreation Facebook page. 10-10:40 a.m. Free. www.facebook.com/ pugervilleparksandrec 23 SOLVE AMURDERMYSTERY Find the culprit at the Pugerville Public Library’s online murder mystery party. Participants can observe and help solve the mystery, or register for a speaking character role on a rst-come, rst-served basis. 7-8:30 p.m. Free, registration required. Ages 13-18. www.pugervilletx.gov 30 SIGNUP TO LEARN SIGN LANGUAGE Interested in learning a new language? Sign up for Pugerville’s virtual sign language workshop, where participants will be taught letters, numbers and simple phrases. 10-11 a.m. Free, registration required. Age 12 and older. www.pugervilletx.gov

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Constructionprogresses as plannedon I35 inRoundRock While some industries have come to a standstill as a result of the coronavirus, road work continues on I-35 in Round Rock between University Boulevard and Old Settlers Boulevard. The project, designed to improve safety and mobility on I-35’s northbound frontage road, will widen the roadway from two to three lanes. Also included in the project is the relocation of an exit ramp and the addition of an extended exit lane between University and Old Settlers. Status: Chandler Creek bridge drill shafts have been completed, as have the subgrade and ex base on I-35’s northbound frontage road. Upcoming work includes the widening of the frontage road and road construction work: earthwork, lime treatment, ex base and paving. Timeline: July 2020-early 2021 Cost: $10.7 million Funding sources: Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, Texas Department of Transportation

Work continues on FM685 at Town Center Drive. (Taylor Jackson Buchanan/Community Impact Newspaper)

Construction on I35 fromUniversity Boulevard to Old Settlers Boulevard is expected to be complete in early 2021. (John Cox/Community Impact Newspaper)

TownCenter Drive realignment near Typhoon Texas continues The FM 685 infrastructure project will relocate Typhoon Texas’ entrance north and align with Town Center Drive, according to a presentation at the Pugerville Community Development Corp.’s May 20 meeting. The project also includes new signals, deceleration lanes and sidewalks along FM 685. Status: The left-turn lane entering into the water park has been completed. Additional work remaining for the project includes nal pavement markings, construction and paving of a right-turn lane, and completion of signal pole installation. The right-turn lane paving began in mid-May. Following lane paving, the contractor will work on the new driveway. Timeline: February-June Cost: $1 million Funding source: Pugerville Community Development Corp.

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The city of Pugerville hosted a virtual open house for phases 2 and 3 of its Kelly Lane roadway project May 20. The project is designed to widen the roadway to a four-lane divided road. The scope of A Phase 2 includes the area from East Falcon Pointe Boulevard to Moorlynch Avenue. Construction is expected to begin in summer 2021. B Phase 3 of the project includes improvements fromMoorlynch to Weiss Lane. City ocials said they anticipate the installation of a trac signal at the C Jakes Hill Road and Kelly intersection this summer. Also included is the realignment of Weiss Lane at the intersection of Hodde Lane and Cele Road.

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WILBARGER CREEK PARK

AVIDHOTEL ROUND ROCK An 89-room Avid Hotel in Round Rock, which was originally slated to open in February, is now expected to open in July, according to Wurzel Builders. The revised timeline is due in part to coronavirus-related restrictions, which have led to a reduced number of construction workers on-site, the developers said in May. The July date is conditional pending no further delays or restrictions related to the global pandemic. The four-story Avid Hotel is under construction at 2631 S. A.W. Grimes Blvd. Avid Hotels offer breakfast, a 24-hour fitness studio and free parking for guests. Space: 42,407 square feet Timeline: May 2019-July 2020

PFLUGERVILLE Pflugerville’s Wilbarger Creek Park project is on track for an early August opening, city spokesperson Maggie Holman confirmed in a May 12 email. Located at the southwest corner of Kingston Lacy Boulevard and Craters of the Moon Boulevard, the park’s planned amenities include playgrounds, practice fields, an outdoor classroom space, trails and a youth veloway. The veloway is a cycling track for nonmotorized wheeled vehicles. The park was included in the Pflugerville Trails Master Plan & Undeveloped Parks Study conducted in 2014. Funding for the site is provided by both the parkland dedication funds and the city’s 2014 bond, per a city news release. Pflugerville City Council approved playground equipment for the park at an April 14 meeting in the amount of $130,000.

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Space: 104.42 acres total; city is developing 10.5 acres Timeline: September 2019-August 2020

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KALAHARI RESORTS & CONVENTIONS ROUNDROCK Kalahari Resorts & Conventions is on schedule for a November opening in Round Rock despite the coronavirus pandemic, according to general contractor Hensel Phelps. The resort is expected to open with 975 hotel rooms, a 200,000-square- foot convention center, the largest indoor water park in the country, an outdoor entertainment space, restaurants and more. “Construction in Round Rock continues as an essential service and the project remains on schedule for a November 2020 open date,” representatives from Hensel Phelps said in an email to Community Impact Newspaper. The Round Rock resort—Kalahari’s fourth in the country and first in Texas—is expected to be a $550 million investment, according to the company’s projections. The chain of resorts is family-owned.

ROUND ROCK Demolition is underway to clear a 3.7-acre lot near downtown Round Rock for The Depot Townhomes. The Depot will include 80 townhomes with floor plans ranging from two to four bedrooms. The units will span from 1,300-2,800 square feet and will offer 12-foot ceilings and hardwood floors. Several units will have a residential space upstairs and an office space downstairs. Many will offer rooftop decks with views of downtown Round Rock, said Ann Rayborn with InTown Homes, the Houston-based developer behind the project. Space: 3.7 acres Timeline: construction on the units could begin in early 2021

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Space: 351 acres Timeline: May 2018-November 2020

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CITY& COUNTY

News from Round Rock, Pugerville & Hutto

Designs revealed for newdowntownRoundRock Public Library

BY TAYLOR JACKSON BUCHANAN

study, technology rooms, and spaces for arts and crafts. A 3,827-square-foot rooftop discovery garden will be able to accommodate events such as movie nights and community gatherings, Cervantes said. In addition, a courtyard on the rst level will provide 4,500 square feet of green space, landscaping features and outdoor seating. Plans for the facility presented May 14 also include a parking garage that will add approximately 300 parking spaces to downtown Round Rock. In April 2019, Round Rock City Council voted to approve a nearly $4.5 million purchase of approximately 2.4 acres for the new public library at 200 E. Liberty Ave. The new site is one block north of the library’s current location at 216 E. Main St. in downtown Round Rock. The existing library was built in 1962 and is a 43,000-square-foot facility, Cervantes said.

ROUND ROCK With rooftop gardens, classroom space, conference rooms, courtyards and more, detailed plans and renderings showcasing the future Round Rock Public Library were displayed for the rst time May 14. “This space will represent the future of Round Rock and honor the past,” Library Director Michelle Cervantes said. “It’s a place where all will be welcome.” The new, approximately 65,000-square-foot library is anticipated to be complete in November 2023. Round Rock voters in November 2013 approved a $23.2 million bond to build the facility. “Our job is to create a sense of place,” Round Rock Mayor Craig Morgan said. “This building clearly, clearly creates a sense of place.” The three-story building is designed to be a exible space that is easy to adapt, Cervantes said. Plans include designated spaces for quiet work or

The future library will be in downtown Round Rock. (Rendering courtesy PGAL)

FUTURE SITE OF NEWROUND ROCK PUBLIC LIBRARY The new public library will be located one block north of the current location.

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HOW THE 3D CITY PREPARED FOR BATTLE June 10, 11AM How Pflugerville Industry leaders in supply chain changed production to answer the call of duty for arming our front line workers in the fight against COVID-19. Panelists include Essentium, SISU, and Medway Plastics.

WINNING THE COVID WARS June 17, 11AM

Discuss how Pflugerville Texas businesses and partners collaborated to develop needed supplies for healthcare and essential employees. Panelists include EOS of North America; Cumberland Additive Inc; In addition we will hear how Pflugerville Library and MakerGirl developed programs for workforce and students to accommodate at-home learning.

Focusing on Pflugerville manufacturers and their response to the COVID-19 pandemic by providing PPE supplies for front line and essential employees working in non-profits, hospitals, and companies all over the US. register now at

THE RISE OF WORKFORCE June 24, 9AM

How workforce agencies and others partnered with Pflugerville Community Development Corporation to enable new avenues for workforce training and re-employment. Panelists include Texas Workforce Commission; Workforce Solutions Capital Area; Austin Community College, and Austin Regional Manufacturing Association.

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NUMBER TOKNOW County from 2019-20 according to the Williamson Central Appraisal District. 8,600 new homes were added in Williamson

Lake Pugerville trail reopens for public use; shing access once again allowed

WHAT’S OPENAT THE LAKE? Before heading out to Lake Pugerville, review this noncomprehensive list of permitted and prohibited activities.

BY KELSEY THOMPSON

MEETINGSWE COVER

reopening strategies underway, waiting an additional three weeks for Travis County’s stay at home orders to expire is not the most viable solution. “The responsibility is on the individuals using that trail,” Gonzales said. The remainder of amenities at the lake will be reopened in phases, including swimming, pavilion use and access to the beach and restroom facilities, according to a May 27 city news release.

PFLUGERVILLE The trail at Lake Pugerville reopened May 26. In addition, shing and open space use are once again allowed. Other amenities remain closed as of May 28. City Council voted 5-2 to reopen the trail, with Council Members JimMcDonald and Doug Weiss opposed, in a special-called meeting May 21. Mayor Victor Gonzales said that with Texas’ phased

Round Rock City Council Meets second and fourth Thursday, 6 p.m. 216 E. Main St., Round Rock 512-218-5401

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www.roundrocktexas.gov Pugerville City Council Meets second and fourth Tuesday, 7 p.m. 100 E. Main St., Pugerville 512-990-6101 www.pugervilletx.gov Hutto City Council Meets rst and third Thursday, 7 p.m. 500 W. Live Oak St., Hutto 512-759-4033 • www.huttotx.gov Travis County Commissioners Court Meets Tuesdays, 9 a.m. 700 Lavaca St., Austin 512-854-9020 • www.traviscounty.org Williamson County Commissioners Court Meets Tuesdays, 9:30 a.m. 710 S. Main St., Georgetown 512-943-1550 • www.wilco.org

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City of Hutto cancels summer events, programs indenitely

BY KELSEY THOMPSON

coronavirus pandemic. Included in the list of canceled events are Hutto’s 4th of July celebration, the Block Party Bash, parks and recreation events, the

Hutto Farmers Market and adult and youth sports programs. “We look forward to resuming events and programs as soon as is reasonable,” a city release states.

HUTTO The city canceled all events and programming for the foreseeable future, ocials announced May 15. Cancellations are attributed to the

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Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care.

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

For more information on testing sites, prevention tips and more, visit: www.wcchd.org/COVID-19 or call 512-943-3600.

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Health CareDirectory 2020

Data and information on local health care trends

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HEALTH CARE SNAPSHOT ROUND ROCKPFLUGERVI LLEHUTTO

In 2019, both Travis and Williamson counties were listed among the top 10 of 244 Texas counties for health care rankings. Travis County earned high marks for length and quality of life, and Williamson County received high rankings for length of life and socioeconomic health factors. However, both counties ranked lower for physical environment analyses. CORONAVIRUS CASE ANALYSIS Compared to Williamson County, Travis County has a higher percentage of active cases, but Williamson has a higher percentage of deaths related to COVID-19.

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All coronavirus data is up-to-date as of press time May 28. For updated coronavirus data and information, go to communityimpact.com. SOURCES: COUNTYHEALTHRANKINGS.ORG, ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF STATE HEALTH SERVICES, TRAVIS COUNTY, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN POPULATION HEALTH INSTITUTE, U.S. CENSUS BUREAU AMERICAN COMMUNITY SURVEY 5YEAR ESTIMATES, WILLIAMSON COUNTYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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HEALTH CARE

Health Care Edition 2020

Updates in Round Rock, Pugerville & Hutto

Area physicians plan for long-term health hurdles as patients stay home

Dell Children’s Medical Center will be constructed southeast of

the intersection of Avery Ranch Boulevard and Toll 183A in Northwest Austin. (Rendering courtesy Ascension Seton)

BY IAIN OLDMAN

Zdunek, the chief medical ocer for Austin Regional Clinic. Other health care providers in the Austin area have reported similar trends. Even after Gov. Greg Abbott lifted the state’s prohibition of elective surgeries and health care services, patients are slow to go back into doctor’s oces, even when facing serious heart conditions or pain management. “Though COVID-19 is scary ... cardiovascular disease can certainly do dramatic and incredible damage, and it hasn’t gone away,” said Dr. Peter Monteleone, an interventional cardiologist at Ascension Medical Group. Ascension is currently engaged in outreach to patients who have known health complications.

Across the state, more than 1,000 Texans have died as a result of coronavirus complications as the number of conrmed cases climbs to dozens of thousands. While local hospitals work to save the lives of coronavirus patients, health care professionals are concerned about the long-term health eects that some patients will face long after the pandemic due to a decline in preventive health screenings. “If we look at what has happened across the board, we’ve seen probably a 50%- 60% drop for people coming in for routine physical exams ... which results in a decrease of preventive services across the board—breast cancer, colorectal screening, diabetes screening,” said Dr. Jay

Dell Children’sMedical Center tobuild pediatric hospital inNorthwest Austin

BY IAIN OLDMAN

nose and throat complications, he said. The upcoming hospital will include an 18-bed pediatric emergency department staed by fellowship-trained pediatric emergency medicine physicians, according to materials provided by Ascension. Additionally, the hospital’s operating rooms will be able to care for newborns and children up to 18 years of age. The medical center will be designated as a Level 3 Pediatric Trauma Center. The medical oces neighboring the hospital, scheduled to open April 2022, will further house medical and surgical subspecialists for patient follow-up services, Born said. “Ascension Texas has invested heavily in Williamson County, and we are extremely grateful that they have decided to continue that investment by selecting Williamson County as the location for their second Dell Children’s hospital,” Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said in a news release. “In addition to bringing good jobs to the county, it also brings a huge peace of mind to our residents that our children and grandchildren can receive world-class health care right here in Williamson County.”

Ascension Texas announced plans May 7 to construct a new Dell Children’s Medical Center campus at the intersection of Avery Ranch Boulevard and Toll 183A in Williamson County. The pediatric hospital, when completed, will contain 36 beds, an emergency room, two operating rooms and endoscopy rooms. An adjacent 60,000-square- foot medical oce building will house specialists to round out a full system of care, said Christopher Born, president of Dell Children’s Medical Center. “As all that growth happens in the northeast, north and northwest sections of Austin, we can provide the same level of care for people who live up north as we do in Central Austin without them having to go up and down I-35,” Born said. Dell Children’s Medical Center will include a slew of specialties, Born said, in an eort to serve Williamson County’s growing number of families. When the hospital opens in November 2022, it will oer care for infectious disease; pulmonology; respiratory complications; neuroscience; gastroenterology; dermatology; and ear,

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