Texas hospital opens $17M women's facility

After kicking off the project in early February, Medical City McKinney (Texas) has unveiled its $17 million Medical City Women's Hospital McKinney.

Part of a three-story, $64 million patient tower, the 24,000-square foot facility features 25 total postpartum beds; a 21-bed neonatal intensive care unit; private rooms for labor, delivery and recovery; childbirth classes; a separate women's hospital entrance for patients and visitors; and more, according to the release.

"Medical City Women's Hospital McKinney is where healthcare excellence meets elegance," Ernest Lynch III, CEO of Medical City McKinney, said in the release. "This specialized women's hospital provides the full continuum of high-level women's healthcare, from childbirth to gynecologic surgery. Our investment in this facility enhances our ability to provide clinical excellence for women at every stage of life, with beautiful and modern amenities for our patients and their families."

The new women's hospital, opening Dec. 6, is part of Medical City Healthcare's expansion projects, which have cost over $1.5 billion in the last five years across the system. Over 2,200 babies are delivered annually at Medical City McKinney.

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