The new sixth story of Texas Health Hospital Frisco was just completed. The $23.6 million expansion includes 30 new beds (16 medical/surgical, 14 intensive care unit) and two operating rooms.
“The extra space will allow us to be more flexible and address the rising requirements of patients in Collin and Denton counties,” said Brett Lee, president of Texas Health Frisco.
The sixth floor’s construction began in November 2021. Gynecology, spine, urology, and bariatrics patients will be accommodated on the new level.
“With the addition, we now have a dedicated ICU, which allows us to be more efficient with our personnel and create a more supportive patient care environment,” Lee explained.
Texas Health Frisco, which shares a property with a UT Southwestern medical office building, opened in December 2019 and has 63 beds, seven floors, and six operating rooms. Knowing this, Texas Health left the sixth and seventh floors unoccupied for future development.
Frisco is one of the Metroplex’s fastest-growing cities. According to Lee, births are up roughly 11% from the previous year, while OR volumes are up 16% year to date compared to 2021.
Inpatient beds for trauma and surgical patients are also in high demand, with demand increasing by around 10% each month, according to Lee.
With the installation of a new floor, the hospital plans to add three more bariatric surgeons to its medical team later this year.
Collin County Forecast Summit will be held in Frisco
Stefanie Wagoner, director of Business Retention and Expansion for the Frisco Economic Development Corporation, will be one of several presenters at the next Collin County Forecast event, presented by REDNews. The event will be held at Stonebriar Country Club, 5050 Country Club Drive, from 7:30 a.m. to noon on October 14.
Other speakers include Craig International’s David Craig, Rex Glendenning of Rex Real Estate, and Gensler’s Scott Armstrong.
Registration information may be found at this page.
Ribbon cuttings are planned.
In the first half of September, the Frisco Chamber of Commerce has scheduled two ribbon cuttings.
The Rotary Club of Frisco has set a ceremony at 1 p.m. Sept. 1 at Stonebriar Country Club, 5050 Country Club Drive.
Texas Health Frisco adds a sixth level.
According to a news release, Texas Health Frisco, situated at 12400 Dallas Parkway, inaugurated its sixth level after finishing construction the week of Aug. 15. According to the statement, the new floor is reserved for gynaecological, spine, urology, and bariatrics patients. According to the statement, the sixth story development began in November 2021 and will add 30 beds and two operating rooms for a total cost of $23.6 million. Texas Health Frisco opens in 2019 with the sixth and seventh levels unoccupied for future expansion. With the sixth level fully operational, the hospital intends to engage three additional bariatric surgeons later this year. “The additional space will provide us more flexibility and will assist us in meeting the rising demands of patients in Collin and Denton counties,” said Brett Lee, president of Texas Health Frisco, in a statement.
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