Medical City McKinney launches free valet service for patients, visitors

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Medical City McKinney will offer free valet services to patients and visitors starting July 22.

“We are pleased to offer our patients and visitors curbside valet service that will help ease the trip to the hospital and or doctor’s office,” Medical City McKinney CEO Ernest C. Lynch said in a news release. “This is a safe, secure and convenient parking option for patients and guests.”

The valet service will available Monday through Friday from 7 a.m.-4 p.m.

Vehicles can be valeted from the circle drive between the hospital and the medical offices building and will be parked on the hospital premises near the main entrance.

The main lot will continue to offer public parking as well.

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  1. They’ve always had late-night valet! Simply swerve on a country road to avoid an animal, end up stuck in mud, and wait for the “shuttle” to show up. Now, be sure and let them know you’ve had exactly two 16oz beers before leaving work, and DO request a road-side field-sobriety test (they’ll refuse for some reason and this makes them more eager to get you the “help” you don’t need at a timely manner). Before you know it, you’ll have blood work done, but DO NOT let them proceed until they have a certificate-of-honor called a warrant. This certifies that ALL polices and procedures are carried out and met to only the highest of standards. Do not ask too many questions about why the bloodwork is necessary for a valet service, though, as the “chauffeur” will NOT take kindly to any “unnecessary” curiosity of your foreseeable future. You even get shuttled to the Collin County “Vacation” Facility, with easy access to the North Central Express Way! So, you see – they’ve had valet this whole time! They’ve just never had the right marketing department.

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