New Women’s Center Added to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton

The four-story building was designed with extensive input from female patients.

By HFT Staff
August 4, 2022

Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton opened The Center for Women in July as part of a $128 million expansion aimed at meeting growing healthcare needs in Denton and surrounding areas. 

Texas Health Denton is the city’s only provider of obstetrical and neonatal intensive care services, and it is the largest provider of obstetrical services in Denton County.  

The four-story, 215,000-square-foot expansion was designed with extensive input from female patients. The new tower replaces a facility on the campus that was also named The Center for Women. 

The postpartum rooms are 400 square feet, the labor and delivery rooms are 470 square feet each, while the C-section suites are 600 square feet each. 

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Once completed, enhancements to the emergency department will bring 10 additional emergency department beds, raising the total at Texas Health Denton to 40. The department will have four new trauma rooms. A new helipad allows for landing on the tower rooftop and immediate access to the department. 

The department additions also include an emerging disease isolation suite.  The suite has a self-contained ICU-level room for safe treatment and evaluation of patients, as well as space for medical personnel to don and doff personal protective equipment. It includes two decontamination showers. 

The Texas Health Denton expansion project also features additions to several service areas, including a new breast center, rehabilitation services and cardiac rehabilitation, as well as a new education center. 

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