Medical City McKinney to unveil $52 million expansion project this summer

Signs are now on the building for the new Medical City McKinney hospital expansion. (Courtesy Medical City McKinney)
Signs are now on the building for the new Medical City McKinney hospital expansion. (Courtesy Medical City McKinney)

Signs are now on the building for the new Medical City McKinney hospital expansion. (Courtesy Medical City McKinney)

Medical City McKinney is targeting a summer completion date for its behavioral health and rehabilitation services pavilion, officials said.

The $52 million expansion project will allow these services to be relocated from the Wyson campus to the main hospital campus at 4500 Medical Center Drive, McKinney, officials said. The project also adds patient beds for these services, according to a news release.


“By expanding and moving these services to our main campus, we will be able to provide our patients with a full continuum of care in one location,” said Ernest C. Lynch, the CEO of Medical City McKinney, in a news release. “Our patients will be better served when our entire range of healthcare services are centrally located on one campus.”

When complete, Medical City McKinney will debut its new 80-bed behavioral health unit and 20-bed inpatient rehab unit, officials said. The pavilion will also include an outpatient behavioral health program and an outdoor healing garden.

Construction on the project began in mid-2018. For more information about Medical City McKinney, click here.
By Miranda Jaimes

Editor, Frisco & McKinney

Miranda joined Community Impact Newspaper as an editor in August 2017 with the Grapevine/Colleyville/Southlake edition. In 2019 she transitioned to editor for the McKinney edition. She began covering Frisco as well in 2020. Miranda covers local government, transportation, business and nonprofits in these communities. Prior to CI, Miranda served as managing editor for The Prosper Press, The Anna-Melissa Tribune and The Van Alstyne Leader, and before that reported and did design for The Herald Democrat, a daily newspaper in Grayson County. She graduated with a degree in journalism from Oklahoma Christian University in 2014.