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.