“It’s our commitment for you to have access to the specialty care that we provide,” said Daniel Podolsky, UT Southwestern Medical Center president, at a Nov. 21 ribbon-cutting event.
The 120,000-square-foot medical center will offer services in 35 specialties from 70 physicians, he said.
“This was a natural fit for Frisco,” Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney said at the event. “Y’all are innovators here, and we’re trying to play on an international stage.”
The medical center’s development is a collaboration with Texas Health Frisco, which will open a 325,000-square-foot hospital with 73 hospital beds.
“We’re excited that alongside the hospital, [there will be] new options for research-based treatments that don’t exist in the community today,” said Brett Lee, Texas Health Hospital Frisco president, during the event.