HEALTH CARE DEVELOPMENT
Medical City McKinney will expand its services for mothers and newborns with a new project that will take place inside the recently completed patient tower."
MATERNITY SERVICES The expansion will enhance maternity services at the hospital, ocials said. In 2021, more than 2,000 babies were delivered at the hospital. The full-service childbirth care at Medical City McKinney includes:
• Private labor, delivery and recovery rooms • Pain management options, including epidural anesthesia and alternative therapies • High-risk pregnancy care • A full-service newborn nursery
• Around-the-clock coverage by OB/ GYN hospitalist, neonatologist and anesthesiologist • Breastfeeding support from lactation consultants • Childbirth classes • Cord blood donation • Adoption support
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SOURCE: MEDICAL CITY MCKINNEYCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
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Medical City McKinney to increase maternity services with $17M expansion
BY MIRANDA JAIMES
Medical City McKinney will provide our growing community with the clinical excellence and amenities that they deserve,” said Laura Swaney, division vice president of women’s and children’s services for Medical City Healthcare, in the release. In December, Medical City McK- inney opened a three-story patient tower. The third floor of the patient tower is set aside for orthopedics, surgery and trauma patients. How- ever, the tower provides Medical City McKinney with the ability to continue expanding up to ive sto- ries, and the irst and second floors of the tower are planned for future growth for the hospital’s clinic and other projects, oficials with the hospital had stated. The planned expansion for wom- en’s services will involve this tower and is part of Medical City Health- care’s major capital investment initiative of more than $1.4 billion spent or committed over ive years. The initiative includes building expansions, facility enhancements and leading-edge technology, the release stated. Construction for the irst phase of the women’s services expansion is expected to be complete by the end of 2023.
A $17 million project will expand care for mothers and newborns at Medical City McKinney. Construction will begin in Janu- ary 2023 on a major expansion and new patient tower at the hospital, according to a May 10 news release from Medical City McKinney. Con- struction will be done in multiple phases. The irst phase will build out an additional 24,000 square feet for a 21-bed neonatal intensive care unit, 12 VIP postpartum suites and a separate women’s services entrance for patients and visitors. “The new addition will enhance Medical City McKinney’s excep- tional maternity care,” Medical City McKinney CEO Ernest C. Lynch III said in the release. “This expansion will enable us to grow the num- ber of deliveries and provide an outstanding experience for patients and families.” Medical City McKinney delivered more than 2,000 babies in 2021, the release stated. Medical City McK- inney offers private labor, delivery and recovery rooms; pain-manage- ment options; high-risk pregnancy care; a full-service newborn nursery; classes; adoption support; and more. “The women’s expansion at
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