Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals Building New Inpatient Hospital

The new facility will be located in McKinney, Texas.

By HFT Staff


Everest Rehabilitation Hospitals announced plans to construct a 40-bed inpatient physical rehabilitation hospital in McKinney, Texas. This will be Everest's second location in the DFW Metroplex. 

This newest location will feature Everest's new, two-story, physical rehabilitation hospital solution to accommodate ideal locations with smaller site availability in the rapidly growing community of North McKinney. 

The $26 million project will be the latest in Everest's construction of modern inpatient physical rehabilitation hospitals. Everest is known for its unmatched patient care and for developing physical rehabilitation hospitals. Each of the 40 private rooms comes complete with contemporary art, 65-inch flat screen TVs and a spacious private bathroom. 

To better serve the needs of patients, the hospital will include spacious, technologically advanced inpatient physical therapy gyms, a large outdoor mobility courtyard for therapeutic use, a completely furnished life skills training apartment with a full kitchen and bathroom, in-house dialysis and an in-house pharmacy. Everest also understands the importance of the support system surrounding patients so, included in the facility are several family gathering areas and an extra-large dining hall. The hospital will serve patients recovering from stroke, brain injury, neurological conditions, trauma, spinal cord injury, speech impediments, amputation, pulmonary disease, orthopedic injury and other medically complex conditions. 

Everest Rehabilitation Hospital in North McKinney, Texas will create over 100 jobs and provide an approximate $8 million-dollar per year payroll to the community.  

Everest Rehabilitation Hospital McKiney's location will feature an interdisciplinary physician-led experienced team of rehabilitation therapists focused on increasing patient strength and endurance and improving quality of life in a modern setting. 



October 31, 2023


Topic Area: Construction


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