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McKinney hospitalswork to expand campuses and advance services
YEARS OF CARE Hospitals in McKinney have been open for several years supporting area residents.
Years in operation: Methodist McKinney Hospital: Medical City McKinney: BSW-McKinney: 3 hospitals 495 About total beds 100
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Methodist McKinney Hospital Presi- dent Joe Minissale said in the release. Medical CityMcKinney Medical City McKinney is taking steps to complete building expansions over the next ve years. On Dec. 13, the hospital completed a $64 million patient tower and ER expansion project, according to spokesperson Sally Huggins. The new facilities are part of the hospital’s capital investment initiative, which will amount to $1.4 billion spent or committed over ve years. “We are proud to continue to invest in our community with these additional lifesaving emergency services and leading-edge inpatient treatment areas,” CEO Ernest C. Lynch said in a news release. Projects will include building expansions,
McKinney hospitals plan to expand their facilities over the coming years and have already made headway in fullling long-term goals. Below is a roundup of the projects. MethodistMcKinneyHospital Methodist McKinney Hospital will continue to oer modern, robotic knee surgery options for its patients. The hospital has invested in the Zimmer Biomet ROSA Knee Sys- tem, which brings together robotic technology with knee implants to help surgeons personalize surgical proce- dures for their patients, according to a news release. “For everyone involved—surgeons, medical sta and, most importantly, patients—ROSA Knee has the potential to oer a number of key benets,”
Baylor Scott&WhiteMedical Center- McKinney recently completeda48-patient bedexpansionproject on the fourthoor.
SOURCES: METHODIST MCKINNEY HOSPITAL, MEDICAL CITY MCKINNEY, BSWMCKINNEY
COURTESY BAYLOR SCOTT & WHITE MEDICAL CENTERMCKINNEY
facility enhancements and updated technology. Baylor Scott&WhiteMedical Center Baylor Scott &White Medical Cen- ter-McKinney has been open for more than nine years, and an expansion project on the fourth oor will help streamline services into its 10th year. The hospital recently completed a 48-patient bed expansion project on the fourth oor, spokesperson
Matthew Olivolo said. The oor has 24 beds dedicated to oncology and 24 for orthopedics. Olivolo said the project brings the hospital’s total bed count to 191. “The new oor is equipped with innovative technology to enhance real-time communication along with expanded orthopedics and oncology units,” Olivolo said. Olivolo said the project will help boost eciency and patient ow.
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