Medical City Plano broke ground this week on a new patient tower that will include 90 patient beds and 138,000 square feet of space. The four-story tower will cost $107 million and is expected to be done by the fall of 2019. It will include additional operating and recovery rooms as well as expanded oncology services.
A lot of the construction will happen off-site and then be brought to Medical City Plano, the hospital says.
“We have a proud history of expanding our services to meet the growing healthcare needs in North Texas,” said Charles Gressle, CEO of Medical City Plano, in a statement. “As the most comprehensive hospital in Collin County, it is in our culture to be innovative and anticipate future demand for leading edge treatment designed to cure and to keep our community healthy.”