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Texas government approved $180.5 million in funding for the design and initial construction of a modern, state-of-the-art psychiatric hospital to replace the outdated buildings at Austin State Hospital. HHSC is partnering with Dell Medical School to construct the new 240-bed hospital. The redesign of Austin State Hospital is part of $745 million Texas has invested to revitalize and transform several state psychiatric hospitals. The three-story, 380,000 square-foot building is scheduled to open June 2023.
With ten stories and nearly 460,000 square feet on five acres, as well as surface and two levels of underground parking totaling 300 spaces, the Baylor Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center is the biggest outpatient cancer center in North Texas and one of the largest in the country.
Completed in March 2011, this trophy medical office building is home to Baylor Health Care System (253,000 square feet) and Texas Oncology, P.A. (181,500 square feet), one of the world’s largest medical practices dedicated to cancer treatment and research, and part of McKesson. The project earned LEED Gold certification.
This five star retirement community is located on sixteen acres in the prestigious Preston Hollow area of Dallas. Designed in the Tuscan style amidst richly landscaped courtyards, with Tuscan aesthetics and resort-style living. Edgemere is a bold expression of the best-of-class in senior residential lifestyle accommodations, with all the latest communication, ergonomics, monitoring and care technologies at hand.
Forest Park opened its first of several hospitals in Dallas, just south of LBJ Freeway near North Central Expressway, in 2009. The project included two hospital towers with 84 beds, 22 operating rooms, and 16 intensive-care rooms. It also includes a parking garage, and a 4-acre parcel adjacent to the buildings.
The Legacy Midtown Park is the only urban, contemporary rental community with a full continuum of on-site care in Dallas. Located on ten acres between Meadow Road and Royal Lane near US-75. Construction on the three different buildings is occurring concurrently across The Legacy Midtown Park campus. The community expects to open the health care center building, offering short-term rehab and long-term skilled nursing services in summer 2020. Following the opening of the health care center next summer, the assisted living and memory care building is anticipated to open shortly after, followed by independent living in the first quarter of 2021. Located on 10 acres in the Midtown Park development, The Legacy Midtown Park will be the only Jewish-sponsored rental retirement community in Dallas.
As a campus of Medical City Plano, Medical City Frisco is a world-class, 54-bed acute care hospital that offers a range of services including adult and pediatric surgery, orthopedics, robotic-assisted laparoscopic surgery, imaging and emergency services.
This new facility is located just south of the existing facility on Mercy’s Edmond I-35 campus. The new emergency department and primary care clinic will provide Edmond and surrounding communities with the right kind of care around-the-clock.
The 49,000-square-foot building is two levels. The first level emergency department, a department of Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City, will have eight exam rooms, ultrasound, imaging services, full laboratory services, an infectious disease isolation room and a generator allowing the facility to run on full power in the event of an outage. The second floor will host Mercy Clinic primary care and pediatric providers.
Methodist Health hospital located in Midlothian, Texas, is a fast-growing suburb south of Dallas. Midlothian will soon have its first acute care hospital. The new 190,000 square-foot full-service acute care hospital is under construction west of U.S. 287 near the Midlothian ISD multi-purpose stadium. The $175-million facility will be the centerpiece of the 67-acre campus and will include a 45,000 square-foot medical office building.
The building opening in early 2021 will contain clinic and office space. Located on Maple Avenue just east of the Parkland campus. Once open, the facility will be home to Parkland’s new comprehensive breast-care center. Additionally, the top floors will house administrative operations that are still in the old Parkland campus on Harry Hines Boulevard.
The Stayton at Museum Way is an independent retirement community on a 2.5 acre site in the heart of Fort Worth’s Cultural District. The site was developed for the 595,000 square foot building, 180 dwelling units, which consists of three slender interconnected towers.
The Stayton is the only full-service life care community in Tarrant County. The top seven floors provide independent living while the lower three levels provide assisted living, memory support and skilled nursing care. The development also features a spa, an indoor swimming pool, grand hall, two underground parking levels, a fitness center and a dining room.