Medical City McKinney Launches Multi-Phase Expansion Project

The multi-phase project begins with a new patient tower.

By HFT Staff
February 22, 2023

Medical City McKinney launched its $17 million project, which includes the enhancement of a new patient tower, as part of a multi-phase project to expand care for mothers and newborns. Construction is expected to be complete by the end of 2023.  

As part of the initial phase, an additional 24,000 square feet is being built out to provide space for:  

  • 21-bed neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) 
  • 12 luxury postpartum suites 
  • Separate women's services entrance for patients and visitors 

The three-story patient tower was part of a $64 million expansion at Medical City McKinney that opened in December 2021. This expansion is part of Medical City Healthcare's major capital investment initiative of more than $1.4 billion spent or committed over five years which includes building expansions, facility enhancements and leading-edge technology. 

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