Medical City Lewisville recently completed a $3.5 million renovation of its mother/baby unit. (Courtesy Medical City Lewisville)
Medical City Lewisville recently completed a renovation of the hospital's mother/baby unit, according to a press release.
The hospital’s 58-bed unit includes labor and delivery, a mother/baby unit and a Level III neonatal intensive care unit. The $3.5 million renovation features new flooring, wallpaper, surfaces and built-ins, and new couches that convert to beds. Large-screen televisions were also installed in every patient room.
“This investment in renovations provides our growing community with elegant amenities to enhance our high-quality clinical excellence,” said Megan Gallegos, chief nursing officer of Medical City Lewisville, in a press release. “Compassionate, excellent care combined with a comfortable environment are why expectant moms choose Medical City Lewisville as the destination of choice for their baby’s delivery.”
The renovation is part of Medical City’s Healthcare’s five-year, $1 billion investment across the Medical City Healthcare system. Existing hospitals are expected to undergo expansion and improvements, including adding new services and the purchase and construction of new facilities.
Destine Gibson covers the cities of Lewisville and Coppell. She graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a bachelor's in journalism and public relations. In 2019, she graduated from the University of Southern California with a master's in strategic public relations. Before joining Community Impact in 2022, she worked at The Dallas Morning News. Destine enjoys sports, traveling and reading.