Notable Projects: Developments Make Room for Innovation in Dallas-Fort Worth Healthcare

Developments across North Texas are giving residents access to state-of-the-art healthcare facilities.

UT Southwestern is in the middle of a 20-year growth plan to add to and update its facilities to accommodate its growing education, research, and patient care operations, Warner says. This includes an ambulatory hub near the Clements University Hospital that will bring together around 1 million square feet of outpatient clinics, educational facilities, and offices.

Other recent UTSW projects include:

A third tower for the Clements University Hospital that broke ground in 2017 and is expected to open in 2020. It will add almost 300 beds, 19 operating rooms, an expanded ER, and two parking structures.

A 63,000 square-foot, three-story radiation oncology building, which opened in 2017 as part of the Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center. The facility is next to UTSW’s BioCenter, which supports biomedical startups with labs and office space.

West Campus Building 3, a 305,000-square-foot professional building, which opened in summer 2018. The facility places clinical and academic offices for urology, the clinical heart center, and several internal medicine subspecialties under one roof. It also includes a state-of-the-art simulation center to provide training for medical students, residents, fellows, faculty, and other health care professionals.

The 110,000-square-foot Moncrief Medical Center outpatient facility, which opened in 2017 in Fort Worth.

UTSW is building a 120,000-square-foot medical center in Frisco in conjunction with Texas Health Resources, expected to open by the end of 2019. It will house a multispecialty clinic to include neurology, spine surgery, state-of-the-art concussion rehabilitation, breast and colon cancer screening, and pediatric services.

Methodist Midlothian [Rendering: Courtesy Corgan]

Corgan is working with Dallas-based Methodist Health System and DPR Construction on a 65-acre campus in Midlothian. The project, which will be anchored by a five-story hotel, is scheduled to open in 2020. . Corgan also designed its fourth area SpineTeam Texas Medical office building, clinic, and outpatient surgery center.

HKS is serving as the architect for the UT Southwestern/Texas Health Resources Frisco Health Facilitator and the Texas Health Fort Worth Inpatient Beds and Surgery addition. It was also the architect for the recently opened Scottish Rite for Children Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Center in Frisco.

The Texas Health Resources Fort Worth project is a $300 million expansion including a nine-story tower adding 144 beds, 15 surgical suites, and a new pre- and post-op services area. The surgical suites are expected to increase daily surgical capacity by close to a third. The expansion should open in 2021

“With this new tower, we’re expanding our capacity for more complex procedures and advanced care, which lets people in Fort Worth and nearby communities stay close to home when they need care,” Texas Health CEO Barclay Berdan says in a statement.

A sitemap of the Verde Center at Peachtree.

A 60-acre, $250 million master-planned wellness campus, The Verde Center at Peachtree, in Mesquite is in the planning stages and is expected to break ground in 2019. It is a public-private venture and developed via a partnership including Ryan Companies US Inc., Medical Campus Group, Lang and Co., and the Peachtree Foundation. Development financing is being supplemented by financial incentives provided by the State of Texas and the city of Mesquite.

“The growing demand for convenient and high-quality health-care alternatives in Mesquite and the East DFW Metroplex make The Verde Center at Peachtree important and viable for a variety of health-care providers,” Ryan Co. Vice President of Development Rich Couturier says in a statement. “There are few markets in North Texas that have such a direct need for this type of medical and health and wellness campus.”

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